For designers, real estate experts, and technologists, the last few years have seen a flurry of innovations in technology for space utilisation, presenting new opportunities for people who have a say over how we design and create workplaces, retail spaces, and more. When leases are nearing expiration, one of the key questions space planners face is how to measure occupancy, to better evaluate whether new space is needed, or simply a new strategy in how to use space.
In this interview between Vega’s Heather Li, and Ambroise D’Hauteville, Director of Steelcase Learning, the pair discuss the rapid advancements of technology for learning areas. Specifically, D’Hauteville talks about “hybrid” spaces and trying to make the experience of a virtual learning environment similar to in-person learning.
In this segment of our 35th Anniversary video series, we hear from one of our partner organisations, Hong Kong Christian Service (HKCS), about our advocacies and how our team members actively contribute to making a positive influence on the lives of the communities in which we operate.
In this final excerpt from the Workplace Interrupted round table discussion, Heather asks Paul, “As a fellow technologist, what is the type of technology that’s around now and what’s in the pipeline to support employees to re-engage in a hybrid type of working, partly from home, partly from a re-purposed office environment.”