Speculation over if the world will realise a ubiquitous return to office sometime in the foreseeable future is superfluous, going by the contents of Cushman & Wakefield’s latest report – the real question is when?
Insights from Hassell’s 2021 Workplace Futures Survey could add fidelity to the design brief, revealing the motives underlying what employees envision for the hybrid workplace.
What use does the idle office have, if we’re all working from home? Sim-Plex Design Studio proposes an adaptive spatial solution for hybrid working.
As questions around the meaning of a 9-to-5 workplace continue to arise, Charter Hall and Cox look towards technology and wellbeing for the solution.
Rather than speculate about how the post pandemic office might shape up, global leaders in workplace design, Unispace, cut right to the chase and turned its Auckland studio into a blueprint for the new world of work.
There’s a lot we don’t know about the future of workplace. But even amidst the current uncertainty, Carr associate Richard Healy offers clarity on 6 key facets of workplace design.
Bringing your pet to work day may have once been a novel idea, but there’s mounting evidence to say that pet friendly workplaces could be the way forward.
We still speak about the workplace revolution, but revolutions don’t normally last 20 years. Is it all over and we’re simply moving the furniture around?
Now is the time for strategy and action, say Kellie Payne, director, Bates Smart, and Dr Caroline Burns, founder, Workplace Revolution. And it all begins with asking the right questions.
In a move that further positions the firm with a competitive edge and redefines the contemporary practice of architecture, Woods Bagot has appointed futurist Francesca Birks as Global Insights Leader.
With offices globally including in Shanghai, Buchan Group were alerted early to a changing climate for working and living. What can we learn from their action?