We’re working with Schiphol Real Estate and more than 70 stakeholders and experts on boosting sustainability and performance of the Schiphol Central Business District.
We work on several projects to develop an integrated sustainable and self sufficient area, that is a healthy and inspiring place to work.
In one particular project for innovative new office typologies we boost the health and performance of people in the offices by as much as 20%. That means that the health benefits alone outweigh the construction costs.
These offices are nothing like the workspaces you’re familiar with, but more like lush gardens with a desk. This typology isn’t just good for its inhabitants, it transforms the areas into centers that close resource loops, that are energy-positive, fully circular in water and waste, and that produce part of their own food. Most importantly, they provide maximized flexibility to adapt to future working conditions through innovative resilience strategies, both in design and in business models. This makes them great investments for the short and long term.
What does that look like? That’s still a secret, but we hope to be able to show you in detail next year. What we can say is that it’ll be a spectacular sight, so keep your fingers crossed for the office-revelation of the decade.