Although offices have evolved during the past decade, they may need to be entirely rethought and transformed for a post–COVID-19 world. We all have ideas about what a typical office looks and feels like: a mixture of private offices and cubicles, with meeting rooms, break areas, and shared amenities. However, few offices have been intentionally designed to support the hybrid workforce. In order to maintain productivity, collaboration, learning, and upholding the corporate culture, the boundaries between being physically in the office and remote work must collapse. Incorporating huddle rooms in an open-office plan encourages the hybrid workforce while effectively utilizing your space.