Wednesday, November 25, 2009

The office of the future - not an office

An interesting comment piece in The Times (or are we not allowed to link to them any more?) by Paul Warner, Chair of the British Council for Offices Urban Affairs Committee backs the concept of the “city as office”. As he says:
In future, companies will downsize the footprint of their property and make use of city-centre facilities that are publicly available — coffee shops, restaurants, pubs, parks.
Which is good as far as it goes, but while Shedworking is all for third place working, it completely ignores the fact that increasing numbers of people are now (shed)working from home. Well worth a browse and I'd be keen to hear your thoughts.
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