Evolving Communal Spaces: The Future of Shared Amenity Areas
Public areas, lobbies, and amenity spaces in commercial buildings have evolved from formal and transitional environments to social and active destinations. Shared places are central to a building’s identity and sense of community and are often a differentiator in leasing decisions.
With acute concerns about health and safety arising out of COVID-19, common areas are now viewed with skepticism. What amenities and features will tenants look for going forward? How will science, data, and technology influence the design for public spaces as developers and owners seek to reposition assets in a changing market?
Join us for a discussion about the evolving role of shared spaces and how they can remain meaningful and healthy places to gather.
Andrew Volckens, Associate Principal, Huntsman Architectural Group
Karie Vagedes, Senior Associate, Huntsman Architectural Group
Steve Sise, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Management, Golub & Company
Gideon D’Arcangelo, Associate Principal/Experience Designer, Arup