The enforced mass homeworking caused by the pandemic has viscerally demonstrated that in today’s tech-infused world knowledge-based ‘work’ is an action, not a place, and it need not necessarily be performed in an office. This has triggered much public debate on the purpose of offices and what future they might have. In Cromwell's latest briefing note, Tom Duncan and Alex Dunn from the research team examines these recent events, their impact on the sector and what this means for the future role of offices and the resultant implications for occupier demand.

The briefing note applied to the European office market can be found by clicking here.

The briefing note applied to the Australian office market can be found by clicking here.