The workplace is now more than ever a place to make connections, stimulate creativity, team collaboration and a catalyst that enables employees to be their best selves. With the realisation that the human interactions which occur within the workplace are unique and irreplaceable, office design has to continually transform as work dynamics evolve.
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“The future workplace will be more worker-centric, with spaces and technologies to enable a healthy, resilient, and high-performing workforce.”Kamya Miglani, Director, Work Dynamics Research, APAC, JLL
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"You need to connect creativity and ideas to data and insights to ensure that your design is drawn with purpose."Gonzalo Portellano, Head of Portfolio Design, Project and Development Services, APAC, JLL
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Asia Pacific Workforce Preferences Barometer
How have employees’ attitudes towards remote work changed over the past 12 months? What are the implications for workplace strategies and office design?
Explore the infographic and get insights on the changes in APAC employee attitudes and preferences.
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The A-Z of Future Workplace DesignWhat are some emerging employee behaviours, which have developed as part of our changing culture, where flexible working is now the norm? Explore 26 building blocks to spark meaningful conversations around workplace design to enable you to make informed and forward-thinking design decisions to future proof your office.
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Worker Preferences BarometerHow have employee attitudes towards remote work and workplace expectations changed over the past year? Get insights and find out the implications for your workplace strategies and design in our latest survey.
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What’s next for office design?A more customer-focused approach to office design means that blanket fit-outs across office floors will no longer cut it for workers whose expectations of the office are increasing.
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Sensory-driven design is gaining tractionDesigning buildings and public spaces that work for everybody, no matter their needs, has become a priority over the last three decades. There's now a need to design with empathy to create an environment which works for everyone's emotional and physical needs, and it will be far more sensory-driven.
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What is the secret of a high impact work environment?
Discover how different aspects of the workplace interact to drive performance, and how you can design a workplace where your people thrive.
How can you accelerate your sustainability journey?
With buildings accounting for 40% of the global greenhouse gas emissions, one of the best opportunities to tackle carbon emissions start with real estate.
Are occupiers prepared to pay a premium for green certified buildings?
Sustainability has gone mainstream and real estate is at the core of it. It is expected that more and more employees are going to start demanding green and sustainable spaces.
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