Today, the entire city – streets, cafés, public spaces and homes – is a place of work. As the speed of technological change accelerates, the boundaries between working, living and leisure become ever more blurred. This publication details the changing nature of work in a time of flux: both internationally, technologically and culturally. What do we need for the future? Where will we working?
WRK / LDN
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As the speed of technological change accelerates, the boundaries between working, living and leisure become ever more blurred, with the workplace in a time of deep flux culturally and internationally. What do we need for the future? Where will we working?
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