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Rapid technological advancements have given people the ability to redefine their work lives. With the concept of the nine-to-five working week slowly fading, many professionals around the world are now untethered from their desks and able to work remotely from anywhere and at any time thanks to Wi-Fi, smartphones and a host of other tech-savvy tools. This method of work has been lauded for increasing employees’ productivity and happiness. While it seems traditional work hours may have left the building, companies and employees are still in need of future-forward spaces to connect, collaborate and share ideas. As a result, many office developments are responding to this need by providing considered work environments that reinforce openness, transcend the idea of the daily grind and encourage a healthy work-life balance in campus-style and community-orientated spaces. In a 2017 article for Director, Monica Parker, a behaviourist and founder of organisational change consultancy Hatch, ...

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