How Generation Z Will Impact Office Space
Have you been in an office lately that you thought was wild, crazy, and fun?
Often today offices don’t even look like offices at all. They look like libraries, game rooms, food courts, coffee shops, and recreational areas. They’re lit differently, not standardized, and filled with a higher level of energy. They have a “vibe.”
Vertafore in Denver by DLR Group. Photo by Ed LaCasse.
Work has changed. It’s taken a new form. And the workforce is now much more human-focused and responsive to the new and innovative ways people work. Technology has been a dominant force in encouraging a more human-centered culture.
What’s important in today’s’ offices is a wide plethora of activity-based working spaces: choices for where to work, how to work, and when to work, resonate with today’s office population.