As a global direct selling company that primarily provides people with health products based on traditional Chinese herbal health culture, Infinitus embraces “Si Li Ji Ren” as a vital enterprise culture since its establishment and fulfilled into brand building and development for years.
We caught up with Carol Wong, APAC Lead of Total Workplace at Cushman & Wakefield, to learn how the company adjusted its floorplans, safety protocol and work style to meet the needs of staff during and after the pandemic.
Tokyo-based architect Takaharu Tezuka and his wife Yui, also an architect and the co-founder of their eponymous studio, is an award-winning architect whose work includes the Fuji Kindergarten, named the best school in the world by OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and UNESCO.
Donna Flynn, vice president of global talent at Steelcase, shares how we designed a more thoughtful experience to help our employees transition back to a hybrid workplace.
Elenberg Fraser architect Vicki Karavasil is a pioneer of sustainable, human-centric design in Australia. She tells Catherine Shaw, architecture and design author, what she thinks of her latest office design, Market Lane (below) in Melbourne (and home of Steelcase’s newest WorkLife space in Australia) as a living biological object, and talks about her favourite fashion designers and architecture podcast.
New research finds key hybrid work issues to resolve before they put business at risk.
This second chapter, “The Home,” follows the experiences of 3 Melburnians working from home, new hybrid work rituals, and their thoughts on the future of work.
This 3 part series traces the experience of Melbourne and its city dwellers across 3 contexts: Melbourne the city, the home, and the office. It investigates some of the habits and rituals formed in the midst of this paradigm shifting moment.
The third and final chapter of this series centers on “The Office,” through the experiences of 3 users of the Flex Co-working space inside the new Market Lane office, by Hickory, as they navigate being back in the office.