Event details


Getting Back to Business Part 2:
The Propeller Office


Wednesday, 17th June 2020


BST 10am | CET 11am

What will the post-COVID workplace actually look like?

Join us for a 40-minute webinar plus a live Q&A where we discuss the medium-term solutions your business can implement to ensure a safe post-COVID workplace.

In the first webinar of the series, we introduced The Propeller Office, a model that blends the best of working from home and working in an office to propel your business forward. In the second installment, we'll be diving deeper to show how this will look physically, with space plans, 3D models and flyover videos.

As we rethink the purpose of the workplace, this has a potentially significant impact on the amount of space you require across your property portfolio. We'll discuss these impacts, how they may influence your upcoming real estate decisions and options for redistributing your property footprint.

  • What the Propeller Office looks like with detailed examples
  • A day in the life of a typical team and different departments
  • The options available for your property portfolio after lockdown

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About the Speakers

Natasha Bonugli, Regional Principal, Design

With 17 years of global experience, Natasha was trained as an architect and has spent most of her career focusing on the design and delivery of interior projects of all scales. She has led and developed a number of high performance teams whilst acting as both Project and Design Director for schemes in the UK, USA, Europe and Middle East.

Justin Conceicao, Principal, Strategy

Justin is a specialist in the evolution of corporate workplaces. Having delivered exciting new workplaces across Australia, Asia and Europe, he brings a global perspective on trends that are key to driving exceptional customer and user experience. Justin has worked with global clients to create environments that support the needs of teams today but are also flexible enough to change with them into the future.