Planning Campus: Bricks and Mortar to a fluid future
Recently, Allwest hosted a webinar called Planning Campus: Bricks and Mortar to a fluid future. We asked: How can we design and outfit campus spaces today, with an uncertain tomorrow in mind?
As lectures and libraries move to the cloud, active learning classrooms, makerspaces, learning commons and “third spaces” for intellectual collision and socializing are becoming the core of campus activity: above all, campuses must enable collaboration and community.
Higher education is facing an increasingly fluid future with waves of ongoing, sometimes unpredictable change – in terms of demographics, global mobility, AI and extended reality.
With Canada’s leading higher education futurist, Ken Steele we discussed long-range view of trends shaping the future for campus facilities and furnishings, and forward-looking strategies you can adopt now.
Closing remarks by Greg Dekker @ Teknion – Vice President, Global Workplace Insight, Teknion’s Vice President of Global Workplace Insights were informative and uplifting. Greg assists organizations facing change by facilitating unique methods for discovery, decisions, and direction. He applies research and insights regarding innovation, change management, and business development to help create highly effective workplaces.
Check out the recorded below!