In collaboration with Wilkhahn, the latest edition of the Indesign Edit presents a guide for creating the functional, sustainable and successful workplaces of tomorrow.
August 11th, 2022
In this edition of The Indesign Edit, we explore The Human-Centered Workplace by Wilkhahn through ‘The Virtual Office’: a fictional office space that shines a light on what future workplace design looks like.
As we’ve traversed the challenges of the last few years, the design industry’s focus has shifted to how we can optimise our home working spaces for both productivity and wellbeing. Although this is a worthy focus with hybrid working being the way of the future, we must continue to consider how to make the most of our collaborative in-person office spaces.
Here, we dive deep into a corporate, performance-driven design environment and how it champions health and wellbeing at work, how employers can inspire productivity and collaboration and address the evolving trends of the way we work and live. Wilkhahn hones in on the four key principles that achieve this: identity, collaboration, purpose and well-being.
Product-led and editorially curated, the Indesign Edit offers a unique perspective on the exceptional designers and brands across the Indo-Pacific region and beyond. Dive in and explore the Human-centered workplace of tomorrow by Wilkhahn in the new edition of The Indesign Edit.
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