Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra returns today with its popular sessions to host ‘Dynamic Spaces’, a digital session focusing on how flexible work environments are becoming increasingly relevant in post-pandemic times.
Providing an insight into how flexible environments will enable businesses to make their workspaces future-proof, the session will feature experts such as Annie Murphy Paul, science writer and author of The Extended Mind; Mikael Krogerus and Roman Tschäppeler, renowned Swiss authors, among others.
Furthermore, the session will also give sneak peeks into some of Vitra’s latest projects, including the new On headquarters in Zurich as well as the Merantix AI Campus in Berlin.
In response to evolving workspace requirements, new product solutions will also be unveiled, such as Vitra’s Comma office system which will feature in OnOffice Spring 2022.
“What had already been seen as a growing requirement in the office has gained further relevance as a result of the Covid pandemic: work environments must be easily adaptable to changing situations. This means more than just the addition or removal of workstations,” says Nora Fehlbaum, CEO of Vitra.
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“Instead, it signifies the ability to modify environments and their functions. The simplest solution is an open space with flexible work settings that can be structured to suit changing needs – a dynamic space.”
To sign up for the Vitra Session, visit the following link here. The ‘Dynamic Spaces’ e-paper will be available for download during the Vitra Session
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