The Future for Singapore Office
Around 66% of Occupiers Intend to allow Remote Working
In spite of the headwinds that the office sector is facing, there has been some positive signs of late – demand from the technology and asset management sectors, leasing activity driven by displacement from the Central Business District (CBD) buildings that are scheduled to be redeveloped, and also a wider acknowledgement that going forward, the physical workplace will remain central to a firm’s identity, talent attraction and productivity.Read More
- Viewpoint | Adaptive Spaces
As artificial intelligence starts to become more integrated into our work environments, it’s worth exploring the different ways in which it will transform the workplace as we know it.
The rapid adoption of remote working at a global scale offers us the opportunity to really reflect on the future of work, and what the office of the future should look like.