Daily digest: Daniel Libeskind’s first NYC building will break ground this month, open offices are worse than we thought, and more

Welcome back to another midweek news roundup, though for many readers, it’s likely a truncated one. Below a handful of architecture, art, and design stories worth staying on top of.

Here’s what you need to know today:

Open offices might be worse for our health than previously thought

More and more employees are heading back to the office as vaccination rates rise, but despite the prevalence of open floor plan offices, are employees actually happy working in them? Complaints about the noise and lack of privacy in offices without dividers are nothing new, but a new study conducted by Fast Company indicates that working in an open office may physiologically stress

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