10 tests the workplace of the future must meet

Future workplaces must be highly flexible and prioritise sustainability and wellbeing for the long-term

Looking beyond the temporary measures that are being put in place to ensure workplaces can operate safely during COVID-19, we have been looking at the key challenges for thriving, healthy and collaborative offices in the future. Design features such as natural ventilation and greater use of smart technology, alongside the flexibility to easily reconfigure internal layouts and create additional space for meetings will form a key part of this.

Our 10-point checklist summarises the factors that we believe are important to new ways of working and that the workplace of the future must meet.

If you would like to discuss what this could mean for your organisation and future developments, please get in touch.

10 tests the workplace of the future must meet

Our approach

Our team has been behind pioneering research in architecture for 25 years • Research + foresight

Flexible workplace design

Hear from the clients and end users of some of recent award-winning offices • Workplace projects

Lambeth Town Hall
Grade II Listed refurbishment

Albert Works
Warehouse-to-workplace conversion

XYZ
Super-nimble speculative office building

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