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[Video] Swire properties and Ericsson on flexible workplaces

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A film series by The Executive Centre explores flexible working and the concept of space as an ecosystem to support the changing role of providers, developers and designers. The documentary series also features the new office spaces of Swire Properties and Ericsson.

The whitepaper has revealed that the flexible workspace phenomenon continues to grow and expand across the world, especially in Asia Pacific.

Agile design can support performance and improve wellbeing when there is a focus on optimising functional elements such as an integrated wellness space, end-of-journey showers facility, bike racks and lockers. Activating different spaces to be used efficiently through amenity creation, new technologies and digital touchpoints can improve the overall experience of a workspace or building. The centre proposed the ideal ecosystem of a building.

‘Developing Mixed-Use Ecosystems’ – Swire Properties

Tom Spicer, assistant director for Swire Properties’ mainland China office, explores the relationship between developers and flex providers, and creative strategies such as the ecosystem model of development.

This film was shot onsite at HKRI Taikoo Hui Centre 1 & 2 in Shanghai in both The Executive Centre on level 20 and publicly accessible areas of the development.

‘Enterprise Space Solutions’ – TEC x Ericsson

Caroline Court, head of real estate for Ericsson, shares her perspective on developing a fully customised space in collaboration with enterprise by TEC.

Since 1994, TEC have established partnerships across the industry to develop spaces that understand what people want and how they will work in the future.

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