Reframing the workplace in the wake of COVID-19

Driven by technological advancements, the lack of affordable housing near city centres, increasing commercial rents, and an influx in the popularity of co-working models, amongst numerous other social and economic factors, the movement towards a decentralised workplace model was already well and truly underway for many businesses prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

It is however indisputable that the current climate has expedited this change, with employees and businesses calling on a more adaptable and agile approach to work as they gear up to return to the office. What will this mean for the way that commercial space is designed and adapted going forward? In the following article, we delve into the changes we may see as a result of this paradigm shift.