IPUT – The New Calibration
On behalf of Dublin-based client IPUT, I was commissioned to illustrate a real estate report inspired by lockdown lifestyle changes.
IPUT is a visionary property developer that constantly strives to set the benchmark for quality in Irish real estate and property development. Making Place is their recent report which examines the incumbent changes in the property development industry and explores how new business models will enable digital technology within buildings to create value and relevance within cities and communities. View the full IPUT Making Place report here.
Post-pandemic, what are workers and citizens going to want from the workplace?
In early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe. In an instant, office spaces in cities all over the world were laid bare and office workers were told to stay at home to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. During this time, many people have been forced to transform their homes to function as work stations; dining tables were turned into desks, bedrooms into breakout spaces, and kitchens into water coolers. This experience has created unique first-hand insights into the pros and cons of bringing our work-life and home-life closer together in physical space. The result is a seismic shift in opinions, preferences, and prejudices around both office-based work and the importance of place.