A people-centric approach to office planning
There are lots of work styles today. Smart information and communications technologies enable remote working, where geography is no longer a limiting factor. Why bother with offices at all? How can an office become a place where people remain productive and enjoy working in tomorrow’s world too? We present some inspiring answers to these questions in our human-centered workplace magazine.
A brief guide to office planning
The magazine concisely summarizes what we’ve presented here on the blog in a detailed series – with articles about the core aspects of working, meeting, innovating, fostering a community spirit and learning, which should always be the planning focus of a human-centered workplace.
“We developed the magazine as a blueprint above and beyond the sheer deluge of buzzwords about new work. It captures what’s really important and therefore provides invaluable help in designing future-proof office solutions”, comments Frederik Bellermann from Wilkhahn who developed the planning concept by liaising closely with Munich-based station 1zu33.
Available to download – the award-winning Human-centered Workplace magazine.
However, we’d like to say a few words about why the new magazine won the renowned Red Dot design award of course. But take a look for yourself first: You can download the digital version here.
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If you’d like to reread any of our series of blog articles, you can find the links here:
Planning in an unpredictable era: How can an office become a human-centered workplace or a space where people remain productive and enjoy working in tomorrow’s world too? Find out more in our blog post.
Working in the human-centered workplace: How does the human-centered workplace enable deep work? Find out more in our blog post.
Meetings in the human-centered workplace: How does the human-centered workplace encourage interaction? Find out more in our blog post.
Fostering a community spirit in the human-centered workplace: Why is interacting with colleagues in the office so crucial? Find out more in our blog post.
Learning in the human-centered workplace: Why are effective learning spaces in the office so important? Find out more in our blog post.
For more information about the Red Dot design award, click here.