Perhaps you have seen us on stage at one of the industry leading events presenting our latest research and thought leadership on the topics ranging from workplace experience to leanings from coworking to social science and architecture and more recently the emerging hybrid workplace practices. No matter where you heard from us and what topics you are keen on learning more, on this page we invite you to explore a selection of past presentations and download our materials to learn more about a topic.

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Data-driven design (for Well-being)

Small Firm Symposium

Though architecture's impact on the social and psychological well-being of humans has been recognized for millennia, less has been done to infuse the myriad insights of the social sciences into the practice of architecture. This presentation explores the relationship between architecture, social science, and wellness and discusses what has been done, what is in the works, and what gaps remain in the important effort to elevate the role of the social sciences in the practice of architecture.

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Evolving your workplace portfolio

Tradeline Space Strategies

The workplace landscape has changed dramatically since the pandemic. Organizations have now recognized the viability of mass telework and began to leverage existing and new data sources to rethink their corporate real estate changing value propositions. As organizations are grappling with the challenges and opportunities enabled by the new hybrid model, this presentation looks toward a future workplace that is more responsive to the needs of our businesses, our teams, and our communities.

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Energy Exchange

The workplace design community is rethinking the office building to use less space, introduce better systems and controls, and improve health. Reducing our footprint will also reduce the investment required to get to net zero across our remaining portfolio. PLASTARC joins a panel of experts to discuss how to engage Federal employees to reimagine work and the workplace to realize these improvements to our physical and energy footprint.