76% of business managers do not know how to make their new office spaces future-proof. This is why they are more frequently consulting architects. You are thus spending a good deal of time in researching new trends for offices and how you can furnish or reorganise corporate offices to be future-oriented. Our trend file gives you, as an (interior) architect, a number of concrete tips and tactics to use to design the office of tomorrow.
What you will learn…
- What does the new way of working entail?
- How do companies adapt to the new ways of working?
- What will offices look like in post-corona times?
- How do you support business managers in creating the office of the future?
- How do you practically furnish offices? Or how do you (re)organise them?
Suiting the needs of every employee
Will we soon simply work from home all the time? Or will offices be designed to suit individual employees? Interior architect Siska D’hondt from Het Kantoor van Morgen and top designer and trendwatcher Alain Gilles share their views on the office of the future.
Safety and technology
The importance of safety and the role of smart technology and structural building work should not be underestimated when designing the office of the future. And that goes way beyond simply providing sanitiser dispensers.
Do we still need an office?
All of a sudden when the lockdown began, 37 per cent of Flemish people* began working from home. It took some getting used to, however, we are now witnessing the many advantages: less moving around and less stress, more time for the family. So why should we still go to the office?Read