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The circular economy at the very heart of construction
“Nothing is lost, everything is transformed”. The circular economy applied to real estate means re-using and developing buildings, infrastructures and neighbourhoods without drying up natural resources, polluting the environment or damaging our ecosystems. The aim of the circular economy is also to use raw materials sensibly, re-purpose and recycle waste. It is, more than ever, a part of property development’s business model.
Corporate offices remain essential and hybrid workspaces are becoming the norm
Remote working will not put an end to office buildings. Flexible workspaces, telecommuting and third places: hybridisation was already present in some buildings and it will be common to places of work.
How will the pandemic change the coworking model?
It is probably still too early to assess the real impact of the pandemic on the coworking market. However, the flexibility which this model provides could help to ensure its sustainability.
The post-Covid-19 office: does the office building need to be reinvented again?
Do offices as we know them need to be reinvented again? What are the new roles of the company building?
The future office is human
In a world that is in a state of constant movement, where cutting-edge technology brings new ways of interacting and experiencing, we know that the physical need for buildings to live and work in will remain invariable.