The Controversial Business of The Wing Explained, and Other Industry New

Our weekly round up of workplace news from around the web.

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  • Vox shares how the women’s coworking space, The Wing, became a flashpoint for debates over feminism, money, and power.
  • A chair that costs just $100 and is made from recycled ocean nets hints at the furniture of the future, reports Fast Company.
  • The emergence of coworking workspaces, reports WRAL TechWire, are a local reflection of a national trend of more people working remotely or taking advantage of flexible format workspace.
  • In building design, says Property Week, removing physical barriers to make buildings and spaces accessible to as broad a range of people as possible is popular. But, open floor plans can actually create hidden issues for those with mental health conditions.
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