Luckett & Farley

Luckett & Farley

Louisville, KY


Virtual event series explores the ‘next normal’ for post-pandemic office spaces

By skays
May 24, '21 8:25 PM EST

What is the ‘next normal’ for office spaces? After the COVID-19 pandemic pushed companies to adopt a new way of working, corporate leaders now have the opportunity to reimagine work and workplaces as employees return. To help navigate bold shifts in how people work and the role of offices, Kentucky architecture firm Luckett & Farley launched a new virtual event series. 

Each free event featured a panel of experts in office design, corporate culture, economic development, and innovation to address the challenges decision makers face about the future of work. The first discussion, "Defining the Post-pandemic Workspace", looked at how to plan their employees' shift back to the office based on how people work, where employees want to work and the impacts of office environments on culture and engagement. The second event, "Creating Offices that Benefit Your Employees and Build Your Business", featured a discussion on how to create the best work environment to foster productivity, build flexible spaces, create community, and retain staff. 

“Now is a perfect time to rethink how offices can support the priorities of an organization,” said Boz Lindgren, Market Director of Luckett & Farley’s Corporate Commercial and Hospitality Design Studio. “There is no one-size-fits-all solution. We designed these events to explore how offices can benefit business and question long-held assumptions about how work is done.” 

Panelists for these events included leaders from Humana, the University of Louisville, JLL, Greater Louisville Inc., the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, and more. 

The webinar recordings are available to view for free. 

About Luckett & Farley: 

Luckett & Farley is Kentucky’s largest and the nation’s oldest continually operating architecture firm. The employee-owned company offers design and engineering services through a studio model including architects, engineers, interior designers and developers with shared industry expertise to turn clients’ objectives into outcomes. For more information, visit