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Research from Nespresso Professional found that 95% of office workers find the quality of their workspace to be vital to their mental health.
The report summarized that workspaces will be able to adapt to occupants and become sentient spaces to boost workers’ performance.
“We predict a demand in workplaces that serve a multitude of purposes — inspiring social interactions, facilitating focus and promoting well-being,” said Guillaume Chesneau, MD at Nespresso UK & ROI. “We will also see the gradual adoption of new, holistic approaches to work, such as Slo-working — the deliberate deceleration of the pace of work to discourage burnout. This approach further cements the importance of social spaces and pause points in the future workplace, providing workers with areas to slow down, switch off, or communicate with colleagues.”
Going forward, workspaces will include ‘hyper-flexible hubs’, hospitality-focused offices, retail storefronts-turned-coworking spaces, and technology integration that will end a reliance on headquarters and business districts.