Milan is the city in Italy that most represents this trend to define new concept workspaces.
According to the Smart Working Observatory of the Politecnico di Milano, there are 305,000 Smart Workers in Italy. On the other hand, on the self-employed front, Italy is the country that registers the second highest self-employed rate in Europe. These are just some data that show us how the world of work is increasingly evolving and moving. In addition to working methods, also tools and workspaces are changing.
Milan is the city in Italy that most represents this trend to define new concept workspaces. About 80 spaces are dedicated to co-working in the city. It's a global trend in reality. The answers to these needs are different, from cafes like Otto, to workspace like Copernico and Spaces that offer from the co-working station to the furnished and personalized office in a shared and full of services environment, passing through Talent Garden that has made innovation and learning its flagship.
We can therefore speak of a new design trend in workspaces, which increasingly looks to the wellbeing of organizations and people, with the aim of accelerating growth and increasing productivity. Matteo Ragni, Milanese designer - two times winner of the Compasso d'Oro award - stated «The key word is flexibility: offices become multitasking and versatile spaces that perform several functions at the same time».
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