Trend: Offices Where You Feel at Home

The offices of the future are adapting to the working style of the new generation, much more flexible in terms of work schedule and technology. In 2020, in just two years, 35% of the global workforce will be Millennials, a generation that is moving towards the integration of personal and professional life, not maintaining a balance between the two, as was the case in previous generations.

How does this translate to the office? Higher demand for mixed projects, workspaces that quickly offer the opportunity to work, and to socialize, eat, do sports, and even for relaxation (listening to music, reading, practicing various gaming activities, etc.).

The furniture is modular, flexible and contains, in addition to the workstations, a comfortable sofa, a fluff for relaxed sitting and reading email or listening to music, chairs and bistro tables for dining.

Some offices are even braver, they have colorful hammocks and sometimes even parquet and carpets, instead of the classic carpet.

Equipped kitchens in the office have fruit, coffee, tea, and cereals for snacks on the run and beer for relaxation hours, and it is getting closer and closer in terms of endowment, equipment, and types of food stored in home kitchens, which it often replaces.

And office space for meetings is changing. New professions based on work teams of more than one employee, who spend more time in meetings, but often informal, in the form of a shared lunch or networking areas, arranged outdoors – on the terraces of office buildings or even in front of buildings.

That is why the future developers also come with spaces with such destinations, where employees can sit comfortably and work, socialize, and feel at home.

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Maria Neda

PR & Media Coordinator, PR & Media Consultant, with background as a journalist in the economic press and experience as a consultant in Urban Development.

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