Designing a better tomorrow: a chance to reimagine the workplace
In this concise paper, MillerKnoll explains that the opportunity to reimagine the workplace for the new era should encompass employee experiences across a continuum of spaces for working
As work and life enters a new phase, there is now a historic opportunity to reimagine the role of the modern workplace. That’s the message contained in a short MillerKnoll paper, which sets out a series of place design principles to guide companies in their process of office reinvention.
Places that matter start with people, strengthen community, feel inclusive and personal, and get better over time.
MillerKnoll also advises on the need to look at experiences across ‘the continuum of workplace’, including spaces for communities to socialise at work, spaces for individuals to work quietly, spaces for dynamic group work and spaces for home working.
Find out more about MillerKnoll’s approach to designing a better tomorrow here.