The changing face of workplace real estate.
Five insights shaping the future of workplace real estate design from leading voices in the industry.
Read time 8 minutes.
The power has shifted from the landlords, who've always had control. They've benefited from profound wealth all from being detached from any relationship with the actual occupier of the space. -Charlie Green, Co-Founder and CEO of The Office Group (TOG)
Luxury has primarily meant flexibility for co-working providers, SMEs haven't wanted to lock into long term leases and spend their capital getting lawyers involved. So fundamentally, the need for flexibility from a workplace perspective has changed the basic demands of the occupier. - Rajdeep Gahir, Founder and CEO of Vivahouse.
Flexibility that suits
Design is no longer a luxury. It's an absolute necessity. - Dara Huang Founder of Design Haus Liberty
We have to be asking ourselves questions like, is this the ultimate product for our consumer? Would they like this design? Can it be continuously enjoyed? -Rajdeep Gahir, Founder of Vivahouse.
Someone else's shoes
What you're seeing across the board are developers having to kind of kit up their spaces to a turnkey level. And that's something that they never had to do even two years ago. -Dara Huang, Founder of Design Haus Liberty.
Delivered with a bow
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Continental Easy Chair by Swedese. Available on eporta.
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