Working from home has become widespread as societies worldwide have gone into lockdown to tackle the coronavirus pandemic. But could it be set to displace office working? Such a workplace revolution would be deeply profound. Office buildings from New York’s Empire State, through to London’s The Shard and Kuala Lumpur’s The Patronas Towers, are signature landmarks for their city hosts. But, given the cost of such prestigious addresses, will occupiers be able to justify taking such spaces when they know their businesses can run with teams working remotely?