In this edition of The Indesign Edit we explore the changing working landscape with Steelcase, unveiling new products and partnerships to help people collaborate, focus and find a sense of belonging in the new era of hybrid work.
September 22nd, 2022
This edition of The Indesign Edit explores the changing working landscape with Steelcase, global leaders in workplace furniture and technology solutions.
Over the course of the pandemic, leading organisations have recognised that people and teams want to work in new ways and require workspaces that offer more flexibility, choice and control. Steelcase’s new Hybrid Neighborhood collection encapsulates this shift, providing a blueprint for the inclusive and collaborative hybrid workplaces of the future.
Product-led and editorially curated, the Indesign Edit offers unique insight into outstanding companies and designers across the Australian design industry and beyond. Steelcase unveils new products and partnerships to help people collaborate, focus and find a sense of belonging in this new era of hybrid work in the latest edition of The Edit.
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