"Gen-Zers are more community-based and spontaneous; as a result, they will want more “huddle rooms” and “touchdown spaces” where there is an element of pop-up team gathering and where they are able to gain everyone’s knowledge first before walking away and taking on a project.
This is where it comes down to design solutions and the layout of office buildings and workplaces. Attracting, hiring and retaining Gen Z talent could lead to the creation of the “no-office office.”
This means a floor plan that fully invites and encourages social and community-oriented collaboration, and pushes the boundaries of creativity. It could be 100% open, interspersed with collaboration spaces that invite privacy when needed or have glass walls that minimize segregation – all while reflecting a company’s unique culture and mission."
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