By reflecting on the future of the workplace, our working environments and how post-pandemic living may change the places we inhabit, we uncover how architects, landscape architects and urban designers can act together to improve our wellbeing.

01 June - 30 Sept, 2022
Studio Showroom, 3 Brewhouse Yard London, EC1V 4JQ
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Our working lives are changing, and so are the places where we work. Amplified by the pandemic, remote-working has led to the greatest shift in working patterns since the industrial revolution, affording a greater sense of flexibility in a new hybrid working reality.

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Wellworked Future Workspace Isometric Drawing

At a time when working patterns are shifting, we are experiencing a major change in the role of office space in everyday life. The emergence from the pandemic has introduced a new ingredient into our working patterns, that of ‘choice’, which is challenging the norm.

In this exhibition, we set out our manifesto for a the Future of Workspaces.

Exhibition Lead
Lucas Lawrence
Writing and Research
Cecilia Lindström
Dan Mahony
Lucas Lawrence
Exhibition and Graphic Design
Jarrell Goh
Sophie Cresswell
Opening Times
Exhibition Concluded