As corporations continue to adapt to the post-pandemic world, what’s next for workplace design?
Our Director Ferdinand Cheung recently contributed a paper ‘Designing Holistic Well-Being in the Age of Hybrid Working’ to the pre-eminent CTBUH Journal exploring critical aspects affecting workplace design today which include multi-functionality and flexibility, bodily health, mental wellness, biophilic environments, community engagement and responsive workspaces.
With over 20 years of experience specialising in commercial and mixed-use design, Ferdinand proposes that future offices should be spaces that inspire the body, mind, and soul. Taking a few of his team’s projects at LWK + PARTNERS as examples, he offers a set of recommendations on how to design workspaces where people like to dwell, gather, interact and co-create.
As the official periodical of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, CTBUH Journal is an internationally leading platform of urban research. It maintains a strict peer review policy where all submissions undergo stringent assessments to ensure the finest quality of publishing, which has earned the journal a high degree of respect from the industry.
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