Smart working means much more than the remote work we've been doing lately. We can, therefore, take advantage of this new global scenario to implement it in our daily lives as comprehensively as possible. First of all, the idea behind smart working is the maximum increase of our physical and mental well-being in all hours of our working day, and that this can be achieved with a strong sense of freedom. Each of us should be able to work in a flexible and "nomadic" way, moving inside and/or outside our workplace. This is the logistical part of smart working. The less known part is related to the principle of "service to the person", and is the predominant one. New designs increasingly apply new concepts: fixed workstations and rooms with two/three desks now disappear in the face of larger rooms with many more workstations that are no longer assigned individually, but follow the logistical principle of booking. This is because it is now proven that not all of them are always in the office at the same time. So it is useless and too expensive for companies to immobilize the cost of square meters of building and related unused workstations every day for no reason. Much better to allocate those economic resources to improve the lives of workers, integrating the building where you work with other spaces, previously non-existent, at the service of the working day.