In a hybrid future of work, the old assumptions of the boring, baseline office are set to overturned. In this exclusive extract from a new report by architects AFK on prospects for the flexible workspace sector, we look at what corporate occupiers value above all else
When architects Arney Fender Katsalidis (AFK) worked in partnership with WORKTECH Academy to study the future of the flexible workspace market in the UK, the research team discovered that corporate occupiers and flexible space operators alike were searching for a new formula in the emerging hybrid world of work – with important implications for design and amenities.
In this exclusive Innovation Zone extract from the report, ‘The Future of Flex: Flexible Workspace in the UK Post Covid-19’ (2021), Earle Arney and Kat Hayes of AFK look what corporate occupiers are looking for in terms of office design, and present some prevailing themes.
View the report here.
Written by Earle Arney & Kat Hayes.