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The pandemic caused by coronavirus has changed people’s habits. Spending more time at home, which also serves as the workplace, has become part of everyday life for many. People therefore pay much more attention to equipping their living spaces, and it is already becoming apparent that this will also influence the future of interior design. When we talk about business spaces, it is apparent that they follow the pace of modern business and that the clear borders between work and leisure spaces are blurring. Regarding residential space, the concept of flexibility will...