Extended social-distancing measures all over the world mean that it’s going to be a while yet before people are back in office on the traditional nine to five, five days a week schedule. In a short time, the COVID-19 crisis has rewritten the handbook on what it means to work, and has further emphasized the importance of flexibility and adopting digital technologies. That shift is sure to impact office life post-pandemic, too. Amid reporting on this evolution, we’ve decided to gather a collection of virtual backgrounds to add some excitement to your WFH space. All you have to do is right click, save and upload to the app of your choice. Scroll below for this week’s options, and find more here.
Papyrus Eyewear by WGNB in Seoul, South Korea; wgnb.kr. Photos: Courtesy of WGNB
Attic by Van Staeyen Interieur Architecten in Kasterlee, Belgium; vanstaeyen.be. Photo: Jochen Verghote
Stairway House by Nendo in Tokyo, Japan; nendo.jp. Read more here. Photo: Takumi Ota
Arper collections in EF Education First Office in Zürich, Switzerland; arper.com. Photo: Michael DePasquale
Tanaman at Potato Head Studios by OMA in Bali, Indonesia; oma.eu. Read more here. Photo: Kevin Mak
Fosbury & Sons Boitsfort by Going East in Brussels, Belgium; goingeast.be. Read more here, and stay tuned for our interview with Fosbury & Sons in our upcoming issue Frame 135. Photo: Jeroen Verrecht
Oh by Arquitectonica and Marcel Wanders In Quito, Ecuador; arquitectonica.com, marcelwanders.com. Photo: Lorena Darquea.
Sonar by Patricia Urquiola for Laufen; laufen.com. Photo: Oliver Helbig
FAB Cinema by X+Living in Xi’an, China; xl-muse.com. Photo: Shae Feng
Curtain by Läufer + Keichel for Zeitraum; zeitraum-moebel.de. Photo: Nava Rapacchietta
To stay up-to-date on how the design industry is combatting the COVID-19 crisis, sign up for our newsletter here. Read more coverage here.