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Hybrid Working

How to cultivate workplace wellness, culture and connectivity

How to cultivate workplace wellness, culture and connectivity

After working remotely for months, what do we want to see in the future workplace? Gensler’s Singapore managing director Angela Spathonis shares some innovative strategies for a new hybrid workplace model.

Adaptive space caters for hybrid work/life the Sim-Plex way

Adaptive space caters for hybrid work/life the Sim-Plex way

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.

Gensler predicts what the new hybrid work model will look like

Gensler predicts what the new hybrid work model will look like

Gensler’s Australian Workplace Survey finds that people returning to work would prefer to decide how and where best to complete their work. Enter, the new hybrid work model.

Now that’s what we call design for hybrid work

Now that’s what we call design for hybrid work

A nook, a niche, or even just a portion of a kitchen table was once sufficient to work from home. But these temporary spaces no longer feel suitable and, with the family underfoot, the home office has moved up the wish list.

What ever will coerce people out of home and back to the CBD?

What ever will coerce people out of home and back to the CBD?

The pandemic saw unprecedented freedoms given to employees in an effort to keep the ball rolling. But as we move away from it, what does the ideal office look like in a post-pandemic world, and what will it take to bring employees back to the office in a full time capacity?

Imagining workplaces of the future

Imagining workplaces of the future

FRONT.design Ambassador Neill Johanson of Davenport Campbell speaks about placemaking, ergonomics and the role of technology in informing the future of workspace design.

Hybrid working – why it’s the new reality

Hybrid working – why it’s the new reality

It’s unstructured, complex and fluid – how do we begin to define hybrid, so that we might ‘design’ to it? James Calder of Calder Consultants frames the challenge.