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Financial Times: Visions of the post-pandemic home

As we return to our offices, designers are rethinking how we will work in the future, both physically and digitally.

Earlier this month, Map Director Will Howe was interviewed by Helen Barrett of the Financial Times for the Weekend edition’s House and Home. Looking at the post-pandemic working day, Helen and Will discussed the future of the at-home meeting and in particular how our fast track to working from home will in turn reshape the technology that has helped us to do so.

From Alan Kiron’s 1969 concept of ‘Dominetics’ to 2020’s onslaught of Zoom meetings – the future of remote interaction is rooted in human connections and intuitive technology. Scroll to the end to read the interview on the Financial Times website: