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Design Insights Series | July 2021

This Month | Designing for the Future of Work and Herman Miller's Design Yard Transformation

We're delighted to continue our complimentary series of broadcasts on a variety of topics, ranging from workplace best practices to online tools to help you work better.

Featured topic for July 2021:

Designing for the Future of Work and Herman Miller's Design Yard Transformation

Session Information

Thursday, July 29 at Noon EST

Presenters
Joseph White, Director Design Strategy
Kelly O'Hara, Manager Art Direction
Gretta Peterson, NCIDQ, IIDA, EDAC, LEEP AP, Corporate Workplace Strategy + Development

Length
1 hour

Description

Distributed work is not new, but the pandemic has accelerated its adoption. Among distributed working models, the hybrid workplace strategy has emerged as the distributed working model for the most equitable work experience. The shift many organizations are making toward a hybrid workplace strategy requires them to rethink their physical space and make it more desirable as an on-demand destination for employees.

Building on our Living Office framework, Herman Miller developed insight-led settings to help support the types of experiences that largely went under-supported during the pandemic: community socialization, team collaboration, and individual focus. Join us as we explore settings for the future of work and see how we have created spaces to support these needs in our recently transformed Herman Miller Design Yard.

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