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The Next Generation of Places and Spaces: 5 Things to Consider

The pandemic has made it clear how valuable human interaction is — and by extension how impactful the places and spaces in which we gather have become. We believe that the desire for people to reconnect is driving the recovery and emphasizing the true impact of real estate. With the return to the workplace imminent, facilities management teams are busy implementing their ‘back to work’ strategy and re-designing their workplaces to cope with a post pandemic world.

Here are five things to take into consideration when re-designing your workspace to get your office future-ready:

1. The desire for people to re-connect is driving workplace recovery and emphasising the need to introduce more collaborative areas into the office so that colleagues can interact and share ideas.

2. Our focus has been on health the past 12 months, but the environment and climate change is also becoming a big part of e-commerce and engrained into company culture.

3. Design opportunities that put people first and prioritise employee well-being are leading the way in the industry.

4. Working practices are evolving, with agile and hybrid working becoming the most popular working styles. Both have flexibility at its core; workplace furniture and designs need to reflect and support this.

5. The next generation of workplaces and spaces is now and will lead the way in future office designs for many years to come. History is being made as we speak; it’s up to companies to embrace the change and adapt accordingly.

Your Workspace can help you create an innovative working environment with our flexible, bespoke furniture designs.

Contact us today to speak with a member of our dedicated team to find out about our smart lockers, customisable storage units and adaptable desk range, all of which can help you create a next generation workspace.