When debating the long-term impact of COVID, many experts believe this is what the working day of the future will look like. But we draw a different conclusion here. COVID has caused many employers to alter their assumption that working from home is an efficiency killer, considering it an opportunity instead. And employees have learned to accept the home as a place of work. This means a shift in typologies in the design of living and working worlds. For the latter, the office becomes a place that embodies the corporate values and culture of the employer. We go to the office because we want to, not because we have to. Identity is the new facility.