The BoKlok employee homes would embody true Scandinavian design, featuring high ceilings and large windows, creating bright and airy family homes. In line with their TACK retirement plan, long serving co-workers would be encouraged to continue living within the community long after retirement.
Nisha Vaidya: “Inspired by the seismic shift in how and where we work, we explored the possibility of large corporations once again creating purpose-built towns and accommodation for employees and their families.“
"A concept that at the start of the millennium might have seemed outdated and highly unlikely, has quickly become a possibility for businesses. Tech giants such as Google are already embracing a hybrid approach to work-life balance and other companies including Tesla who have previously offered temporary trailers for their newly relocated Gigafactory staff aren’t too far behind.
“The Coronavirus pandemic has forced companies around the world to adapt to a new way of working.
"Our designs, inspired by the ethos and values of the brands, show how businesses could continue to bridge the gap between home and work for their employees by creating communities of like-minded people.
"If 21st century towns were to become a reality, they could pave the way for people to make career choices based on their personal values and beliefs as well as their professional aspirations."
25 Apr, 2021