This week on The Weekly, BD+C editors spoke with leaders from Cushman & Wakefield, HMC Architects, and HOK on three timely topics:
• Cushman & Wakefield's survey of 40,000+ office workers on the workplace and WFH preferences
• The long-term impact of COVID-19 on healthcare design
• Design in the digital age
SEGMENT 1: Bryan Berthold, Global Lead Workplace Experience, Cushman & Wakefield, talks about the key findings from his firm's exhaustive survey of more than 40,000 office workers on at-office/at-home work preferences.
SEGMENT 2: The long-term impact of COVID-19 on healthcare design. From the rise of telehealth to the integration of technologies for identifying and tracking infectious patients, hospitals and healthcare facilities are going to function much differently in a post-COVID-19 world. Chris Naughton, AIA, Healthcare Practice Leader, HMC Architects, takes us through some of the key findings of HMC's new research on healthcare design.
SEGMENT 3: Christine Vandover, IIDA LEED AP, Principal, Senior Interior Designer, HOK, on design in the digital age. How can architects and designers communicate the value of design in an oversaturated digital age? What are the lasting impacts of social media, the Internet, and COVID-19 on workplace design?
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