As we enter the year 2024, there will be significant changes in office design. The highly anticipated “Great Return to Work” is altering our understanding and creation of workspaces. This article explores the shifting landscape and important trends that will shape office interiors in the upcoming year.
Looking at future office trends, key elements that will drive any change are technology advances and innovations that are shaping the available tools we have to complete tasks, as well as changes in demographics and population. One of the battlelines will be the growing need to accommodate an increasingly older workforce with an ever-advancing technology. Quite simply – how do we marry the two? Can we make technology and its application in an office environment less scary and adapt to the need of the workforce, or will the workforce adapt and evolve its user behaviour in the office around the technology needs?
In this whitepaper we look at key elements which shape the office – or better workspace – of tomorrow. Each element is important in its own right but will form part of a bigger picture. The elements covered are:
- Blended lifestyles
- Generational attitudes, habits & practices
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The sound quality of an office might not always be the first thing you consider, but it is crucial in shaping an optimal and efficient workspace. The acoustics of your workplace can greatly influence how you and your coworkers function, interact, and, most importantly, affect your general wellness.
Undoubtedly, there have been social issues accompanying the shift to remote work. This article discusses the potential for both success and drawbacks in remote working, particularly concerning the potential impact on work-life balance when the boundaries between work and personal life become unclear.