Flexible spaces; mind the generation gap
How will the generational divide impact the design possibilities of fluid workspaces as we emerge into the ‘new normal’?
Flexible and fluid spaces are just some of the trends dominating the interior design industry as businesses look to redefine how spaces are actually used. As new forms of workstyles and varied working patterns begin to emerge, workplace design needs to capture not just the when, but the how, where and why people are returning to the office.
This transformation of the workspace presents an exciting opportunity for interior designers and business operators alike, opening up the potential to reboot office layouts to become increasingly open and dynamic environments.
Read the report to learn more about the insights captured during the virtual session and discover the other emerging trends that will influence workplace and furniture design in the here, now and some kind of ‘new normal’.
The report also draws on the findings of a survey commissioned by WK.space – a workplace strategy and employee engagement consultancy headed up by Hannah Nardini, who moderated the focus group.