Dory Carr-Harris: Why The Office Of The Future Has No Walls
Marriott Hotels is renting out on-site workspace to young creatives looking for places to make ideas come to life.
The modern concept of work has seen some major shifts: how we do our jobs, what we call an office and where our colleagues are located to name a few. It’s changed so dramatically in fact, that it likely bears little resemblance to the landscape of a decade ago.
To put the rapid developments of the recent past in perspective, consider this: fifteen years ago, there was no such thing as Skype. Five years ago, no one had ever used a tablet. Two years ago, the idea that you could print something in 3D from your desk was utterly unbelievable. Today products and services like these are the norm in working life.