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4 Topics To Consider When Designing Workplaces for Gen Z

M Moser's Michelle Smith explores some of the new trends to consider implementing as Gen Z enters the workplace.

A Playful Office Doesn’t Have To Look Like a Playground

The Perkins Eastman Design Strategy team reimagines what it means to “play” at work.

Modern Strategies for Gen Z-Centric Workplace Design

RDC's Itzel Meynard explores how to adapt physical office spaces to be geared towards Gen Z while preserving their authenticity.

Courthouses That Work: Bringing Trauma-Informed Design Trends to the Courthouse

Todd Orr of DLR Group explores how trends in trauma-informed workplace design are informing the future of courthouse design.

Adapting Workspaces For the Next Generation

Alex Kerr of Kerr Office Group shares 5 principles to help attract and engage Gen Z.

The Future of Work: Generation Z, Office Design and Human Connection

Megan Skaalen and Emily Morris of SmithGroup explore how we can keep Gen Z engaged and wanting to come back to the office with good design.

Addressing Imbalanced Space Utilization through Synchronicity and Purposeful Design

Erwin Chong of DBS shares how organizations can inject synchronicity into their workplaces to encourage in-person collaboration.

Can Current Workplace Strategy Deliver Workplaces That Attract Gen Z?

Hassan Shaikh explores some fundamental elements to consider when it comes to developing the workplace for Gen Z. 

5 Ways Workplaces and Workplace Designers are Adapting to Gen Z

Now that Gen Z makes up a sizeable portion of the workforce, RSP’s Shanti Okawa explains five major ways they’re making their mark on the corporate workplace.

Are We Losing Sight of How To Build a Better Workplace?

In the amenity arms race, the Perkins Eastman Design Strategy team shares a few ideas to build a better workplace.

Preparing Your Office for Gen Z

Susan Dwyer of Hendy explores the specific accommodations and features the office will need to prepare for Gen Z and younger generations.

How People-First Design Enables ALL People to Thrive in the Office

Yong In of Unispace share four ways employers looking to up their in-office attendance can consider taking a people-first approach to office design.

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