Episode 4: The workspace

Everyone seems to agree—flexibility will be key to the future of work. But what about the future of workplaces? Office buildings, often tens of thousands of vertically stacked square feet, are made of concrete and steel and other inflexible materials. How can we reimagine these behemoths to accommodate a more flexible way of working? With […]

Everyone seems to agree—flexibility will be key to the future of work. But what about the future of workplaces? Office buildings, often tens of thousands of vertically stacked square feet, are made of concrete and steel and other inflexible materials. How can we reimagine these behemoths to accommodate a more flexible way of working? With us for this episode are Vered Gindi, owner of Gindi Studio Architects, whose team recently completed work on Microsoft’s brand new Tel Aviv campus; Arjun Kaicker, Head of Analytics and Insights at Zaha Hadid Architects; and Stéphane Villemain, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility at Ivanhoé Cambridge.


This week’s guest experts

Annie Bergeron

Host – Design Director and Principal at Gensler

Stephane Villemain

Stéphane Villemain

Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, Ivanhoé Cambridge

Vered Gindi

Vered Gindi

Architect and owner, Gindi Studio Archtects

Arjun Kaicker

Arjun Kaicker

Head of User Parametrics, Zaha Hadid Architects and associate, Kaicker Consulting


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