Cities and Communities
will address the outlook for the sharing economy, how social distancing requirements are affecting the workplace, the future of public spaces, and whether the concept of ‘open-plan’ – both at home and work – is now under threat.
This four-part series running on a quarterly basis is presented in 50-minute, at 9am HKT (UTC+8) on second Wednesday of September, December, March, and June. Simultaneous interpretation in Mandarin and Korean will be provided during the webinar. Included sessions:Is Distance Back?Wednesday, 9 September 2020 | 9AM HKT (UTC+8)
COVID-19 has reduced distance through the acceleration in the adoption of remote working. Yet, distance has also increased with border restrictions and fear of traveling. What’s the impact on office and the office eco-system, regional office locations, homes, and neighborhoods?Is the Sharing Economy Dead?Wednesday, 9 December 2020 | 9AM HKT (UTC+8)
Safety concerns have shifted consumer behaviour. Do we expect such shifts to have lasting impact on short-term accommodations, ride hailing, co-working, co-living?Are Open Plans Out-dated?Wednesday, 10 March 2021 | 9AM HKT (UTC+8)
Do open-plan designs still make sense? For office design, open plan raise concerns about disease spread. For home design, remote working and schooling are elevating the importance of acoustic separation and privacy.Can Public Spaces Be Vibrant and Safe?Wednesday, 9 June 2021 | 9AM HKT (UTC+8)
What is the future of public space? Can they continue to encourage social interaction whilst keeping people safe?
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