• 16 January 2019

Video – Traditional offices facing extinction in face of co-working boom?

Co-working and SMART technology has radically impacted how offices are designed and used in London.

Waterman’s Director of Building Services, Mark Terndrup, was joined by David Hutton (Director of CORE), Francesca Gernone (Partner and Head of Interior Design at Fletcher Priest Architects) and Tim Barnes (Business Development Manager at Synapsys) to offer their expert insights into the London office market. Together, they give their views on the how offices have changed, the drivers for these changes and their predictions for the future of the traditional office space in London.

The topic was the lead-feature in our latest edition of Waterman Times and you can read the article here.

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