How the future of urban design will look, including our workplaces, is directly linked to understanding how the virus is spread and its long-term repercussions. Yet, even now, we have gained newfound awareness of the important role that all people play—waste collectors, cashiers, front line workers—in maintaining societal balance. That, along with our empathy for the elderly and others who have proved more vulnerable to this terrible virus, are now in the spotlight. How such people will be housed and cared for will be redefined. Technology too has entered the picture in a big way in support of remote working, smart buildings and urban design.
Strategic Consulting: The Future of Architecture & Design
Samantha Sannella • 5/27/2020
Planning for the health, safety and welfare of the population through empathy and big data while respecting our privacy will become an essential part of architecture and design for years to come.
Research • Hospitality
Cushman & Wakefield’s Valuation & Advisory Hospitality & Gaming Practice Group provides consulting and valuation services for new and existing hotel properties across the globe. We are pleased to share our latest Canadian Lodging Industry Overview.Brian Flood • 1/26/2021
Research • Valuation
Learn why we have renewed optimism for the future of the Canadian seniors housing and long-term care sectors, which are essential for those who require access to services or support within a residential setting.Sean McCrorie • 1/13/2021