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The Steelcase Inspiring Spaces Report

Steelcase undertook a global study to explore why more and more informal spaces are featured in today’s offices, how available these spaces are and how they are being used by employees of all ages around the world.

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What Workers Want

Why are people migrating away from their desks? What kinds of spaces are they looking for? In our recent study, we found that monotony is a huge motivator.

 

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Purposeful work deserves meaningful places that blend design, materiality and performance – how a space performs is just as critical as how it looks and feels.

People want destinations that deliver a more human-centered experience while providing the tools and resources they need to actually get work done.

No one space can support the ways people need to work today. People need the freedom to choose where and how they work based on the task at hand.

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The Steelcase Inspiring Spaces Report explores why more and more informal spaces are featured in today’s offices, how available these spaces are and how they are being used by employees of all ages around the world.


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