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Saving the Workplace by Design

The Hidden Psychology of Safe Space

Offices for Vitol. Houston, Texas. Architecture and interior design by PDR, Houston, Texas. Photography by Joe Aker.

Workplace design and building professionals have responded admirably to the Covid-19 pandemic, advancing a multitude of practical and science-backed ideas for safely re-opening offices where and when government officials allow. Unfortunately, by themselves these prescriptions could fall short in convincing large swaths of the workforce to feel…

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Donald M. Rattner, Architect

Donald M. Rattner, Architect

Author of MY CREATIVE SPACE: How to Design Your Home to Stimulate Ideas and Spark Innovation, 48 Science-based Techniques. Get it on Amazon amzn.to/2WfABoB

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