Real estate has undergone quite a bit of change in recent years as is, with the proliferation of concepts such as co-working, flexible working and hot desking, providing new solutions that account for the evolving ways in which we work. However, COVID-19 has served as a catalyst for transformation within the commercial and corporate interiors space, challenging us all to rethink the design and functionality of our spaces. How we use spaces will change, from repositioning and adapting existing assets to fitting out new ones. Ironically the past decade has been spent building collaborative working spaces and open-plan environments, when now, we are challenged to potentially reintroduce more separate office spaces and enclosed environments to account for health and safety issues. Linesight’s sectoral experts have deep domain knowledge within this vertical, and are best-placed to support the delivery of world-class assets while facing an increasingly complex and exhaustive list of challenges. We have extensive experience in commercial fit-outs and corporate interiors, and we are attuned to the ever-expanding list of requirements from these spaces, allowing us to advise, guide and support you toward project success.
15th February 2023
Linesight Q4 2022 Commodity Reports
Linesight is delighted to launch the sixth edition of our Global Country Commodity Reports for Q4 2022 covering the key trends and outlook for construction materials pricing and supply for 25 countries around the world.Continue Reading
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