Office 2030: drive with AI, sustainability and wellbeing

What will the office look like in 2030? As we navigate profound evolutions in the workforce and the continuation of hybrid working, understanding and anticipating the changes that will determine the future of work places and spaces becomes critical. Sustainability and circularity will be built into all design systems and products and the lifestyle shifts that come with climate change will need to be taken into consideration. A new generation will enter the workforce: Alphas, who will bring their digital outlook and values that will shake up expectations in the workplace around inclusivity, flexibility and, of course, sustainability. Technology will be permeating every aspect of everyday work, and AI will likely be a colleague alongside being a tool. Join us as we analyse and discuss these drivers of change, empowering you to proactively take action ahead of this near future landscape to define the spaces, the products and the services that will be pivotal to the workforce of 2030.

Gemma Riberti

Director of Interiors


Gemma leads WGSN Interiors' design and product development directions, overseeing how consumer macro trends impact the interiors industry across categories and market levels. She has over 15 years’ experience in trend forecasting and design research, and her knowledge of colour and material applications makes her integral to WGSN’s global colour team.

Gemma consults for brands, retailers and manufacturers around the world, and speaks at industry events to discuss trends in residential and commercial environments. Her expertise is quoted by a range of international publications including The Wall Street Journal, the Sunday Times, Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Work Design Magazine as well as OnOffice magazine.

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