Jonatan Molina, manager at Ofita in Madrid, was one of the speakers at the round table "From the outside to the inside: comfortable buildings, sustainable buildings" that took place during the IFMA Spain Workplace Summit 2020. During two days all those aspects that, directly or indirectly, affect the work environment were addressed at different tables. According to Jonatan Molina, health crisis has accelerated changes in the design of offices that had already begun to take shape; "For example, everything related to the flexibility of the place where you work and also the hours you work". Office transformation at Workplace Summit 2020 How has this increased flexibility affected the workplace? In the first place, explains Jonatan Molina, the office has been filled with non-territorial spaces; "It doesn't make sense to have assigned jobs to be empty most of the time". Non-territoriality affects many elements of the office, including the archive; "The staff and the department are disappearing while the lockers for personal use grow, which are practically the only territorial part of the office,"he says. "A crucial change has to do with why I go to the office" Another important change has to do with why I go to the office. \u201cA challenge for organizations\u201d, Jonatan Molina pointed out at the Workplace Summit 2020. \u201cCompanies are updating their offices because with the workforce outside the companies they need engagement ; that their teams do not lose the sense of belonging to a brand. In addition, the human being needs to socialize \u201d. For this reason, the office becomes that space for everyone, "to connect with the organization and our colleagues, and thus where there were many jobs before, the spaces where we can share with others begin to have more and more prominence", according to Jonatan Molina. Ofita's manager in Madrid also explained that the offices have become a magnificent tool to enhance its brand, "today more than ever." In the round table of the Workplace Summit 2020 - moderated by Jordana Galicia, from ISG - also participated: Alberto P\u00e9rez (Basque Living), Josep Esteba (Grupo Sifu), \u00d3scar Herrando (plug&go) and Elisenda Ruiz de Villalobos (Miteco).