Re-purposing an office HQ? Make it green, lean, and last for years

Joe Sweeney - Fletcher Priest Architects

We need to design the buildings of today with tomorrow’s retrofit in mind, writes Joe Sweeney

The growing trend for working from home is throwing into question the rationale for companies to need a dedicated headquarters building, something that may have been unthinkable only a few years ago.

Yet creating and future-proofing a workspace in such a way that it is flexible, fit for purpose, and meets the demanding needs of a company operating in the new ways of working, is entirely achievable.

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