enCity launches research report on new urban spatial arrangements arising from changing work norms

enCity launches research report on new urban spatial arrangements arising from changing work norms

On the 11th of February, enCity officially launched its research titled Decoupling Work – Place: How the separation of “work” and “place” transforms urban spaces in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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This report serves as enCity’s first independent publication, showcasing its research capabilities and insights into the world of urban development and design. This launch was part of the Urban Transformation series organised by Monash University, a key partner of enCity in deepening innovative planning and design practices.

At the launch event, enCity’s Associate Kimberly Lum, who was the main coordinator for the Research, shared a range of insights at both the smaller human scale and the larger urban scale, detailing the potential changes that new working arrangements will affect spatial dynamics within the city. Kimberly further illustrated the need to delve into this topic with the array of design and planning implications, pulling from both existing and new practices amongst planners and designers in the region. To conclude the event, enCity’s Principal and Senior Manager Clemens Bauer highlighted the opportunities that this report generates, as a starting point for many more discussions on urban development in Southeast Asia, and presented VIP guests at the launch with a copy of the report.

On the 11th of February, enCity officially launched its research titled Decoupling Work – Place: How the separation of “work” and “place” transforms urban spaces in Jakarta, Indonesia. This report serves as enCity’s first independent publication, showcasing its research capabilities and insights into the world of urban development and design. This launch was part of the Urban Transformation series organised by Monash University, a key partner of enCity in deepening innovative planning and design practices.

At the launch event, enCity’s Associate Kimberly Lum, who was the main coordinator for the Research, shared a range of insights at both the smaller human scale and the larger urban scale, detailing the potential changes that new working arrangements will affect spatial dynamics within the city. Kimberly further illustrated the need to delve into this topic with the array of design and planning implications, pulling from both existing and new practices amongst planners and designers in the region. To conclude the event, enCity’s Principal and Senior Manager Clemens Bauer highlighted the opportunities that this report generates, as a starting point for many more discussions on urban development in Southeast Asia, and presented VIP guests at the launch with a copy of the report.

The event was attended by many critical players in the urban development and real estate sector of Indonesia, from both the public and private sector. Representatives from the Indonesian Institute of Architects (IAI) and the Indonesian Institute of Urban Designers (IARKI) contributed to the conversations through insightful questions and expressed their interest in collaborating further with enCity to determine how other important trends will affect the future of cities across the region.

The audience expressed their appreciation for the broad comparative lens adopted by the research, looking into changes in all three markets of Vietnam, Indonesia, and Singapore to ensure a comprehensive representation of different markets in Southeast Asia. This speaks to enCity’s commitment of planning within the local context, ensuring that social-economic-cultural nuances of each place are tapped upon in its development journey.

enCity is honoured to contribute to ongoing knowledge development in the region, especially in Indonesia, where enCity is growing its local office in Bandung and commits deeply to the sustainable and equitable growth of the nation.

If you are interested in the report, download below.

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On the 11th of February, enCity officially launched its research titled Decoupling Work – Place: How the separation of “work” and “place” transforms urban spaces in Jakarta, Indonesia. This report serves as enCity’s first independent publication, showcasing its research capabilities and insights into the world of urban development and design.

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