This session is hosted by the Interior Architecture Knowledge Community and provides 1 LU/HSW credit.
This discussion will take a hard look at the ongoing definition, development, and hurdles of hybrid work environments in the A/E field and beyond, with insights from leading workplace designers and behavioral scientists.
- Apply innovative, sustainable, and economical concepts that consider employee equity, autonomy, and sense of belonging, that will allow employees to enthusiastically return to the workplace
- Explore and discuss how to develop approaches to understanding employee needs that result in effective post-pandemic ways of working, with a focus placed on hybrid work environments;
- Gain exposure to new forms of workspace that consider contemporary culture, reflected in both program and spatial strategies;
- Learn about progressive design approaches to, and the value of, recognizing that successful design solutions are no longer achieved by providing one-size-fits-all solutions.
Pamela Albers, AIA, NCIDQ, LEED AP | Vice President, RS&HPanelists
Natalie Cockrell, WELL AP | Workplace Consultant, Workplace Performance Services
Amy Rosen | Sociospatial Designer, PLASTARC
Jen Vogel | Architect, SmithGroup