Creating the human-centred workplace and city

The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in transformational changes to the world of work.

Two years of remote, technology-enabled working has revolutionised work patterns and by extension, expectations around working conditions.

Attracting workers back to the workplace will require the creation of spaces that support health and well-being and encourage collaboration.

But it is not the office environment alone that will encourage workers back. City planners must also respond to shifting residential, business and recreational interests to re-create thriving metropolises.

A special thanks to the following panel of experts, who discussed how physical changes to the office environment, along with central city adaptation, can facilitate effective hybrid working models.

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