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July 5, 2022
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Human centric office design leads list of “trends” for next year

Ambius has published its latest annual report (registration) which claims to highlight the top trends in office design for 2020 and beyond. It suggests that the new year will see a continued evolution in the understanding of the human-centric workplace with designs that improve employee performance and wellbeing, integrate innovative technologies, offer multi-functional capabilities, and facilitate an inspiring and engaging environment for top talent. Other suggested trends for the coming year include dynamic, community-oriented spaces. Workplace designers are focused on incorporating flexible amenities to create multi-functional spaces that adapt to real-time business needs. Biophilic elements such as wood and plants…
Human centric office design leads list of “trends” for next year

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