Teknion Corporation introduces Gurugram to the future of work
Teknion Corporation inaugurated its collaboration hub, bringing in its latest products and workspace solutions. Spread across 3800 sq. ft.; the collaboration hub displays potential solutions to address the latest work and workplace trends. Mr. Patrick Forget, Managing Director APAC & EMEA, discussed the gap between traditional and the increasing virtual work styles.
The collaboration hub aims to invite users to fully experience solutions the way it was designed. It is a live demonstration of an office, a hub where people work, learn, socialize, and collaborate with one another. Formal and informal working spaces and work styles are now increasingly more dynamic, which enables the workspace solutions provider to share its ancillary, system, and architectural interior product lines.
The two-day launch had Greg Dekker, Vice President, Global Workplace Insights, Teknion, speak on what makes effective workplaces. The ‘Why Have a Building?’ conversation acknowledged the challenges around real estate and presented an open platform to discuss and collectively discover the evolving function of an office building, which was attended by various prominent architects, designers, clients, and PMCs across India.
Visitors were treated to a creative workshop to discuss how each of us defines social and collaboration through colors. Featuring their SOCO collection, participants were handed miniature 3D models to create their curated story through colors. The interactive workshop thus co-creatively developed solutions through meaningful engagement and discussion in an inclusive environment.
Mr. Nikhil Wadehra, Regional Sales Head, India says, “The collaboration hub offers users the choice and flexibility for them to select a workspace solution that best suits their way of working throughout the day.”