Once upon a time there was an office, with a chair, a table, and a flower on the windowsill. Then came remote working, with a chair and table in your kitchen and a flower as a background on the computer. Tomorrow there will be the Hubquarter. The whole city will be your table and chair. New relationships will blossom like flowers.
After being forced to work from remote, people have realised that they need the workplace. But at the same time, they know they can no longer give up the autonomy they have gained. The solution is a third way: hybrid work, through a model that combines the autonomy of individuals with the generative power of interpersonal relationships.
The people who consider their workplace non engaging
The workers who have been defined “overworked” and “outright exhausted”
The people who want to choose their own workplace
The people who desire a flexible job
No longer a model built on the centrality of government and control, but on widespread opportunities and the sense of responsibility of individuals.
Freeing up space, opening it up to the city and multiplying its functions allows us to have a series of experiences available in several different places.
Every place has a vocation, its 'genius loci', which influences our state of mind and our growth.
Hubquarter values emotional and relational aspects as well as functional ones. In this way, spaces come alive with relationships, generating ideas, and giving people the opportunity to increase their skills and knowledge.