14th November 2019 | IN EDUCATION DESIGN | BY SBID ShareTweetPinterestLinkedIn Workplace gurus have in recent years enjoyed looking through the generational lens to help predict behaviours and changes effecting corporate interior design. The impact that millennial’s have made upon the workplace for example, assisting organisations move from hierarchies to networks, has been significant. Attention is now being paid to the current school and university population – Gen Z or iGen (internet generation) born after 2000 and the suggestion is that technology impacts on design could continue to be profound. SBID Education Council expert, Jim Taylour, Head of Design and Wellbeing at Orangebox sheds light on how workplaces and educational institutions should be adapting to suit this new wave of technology-fuelled behaviours. This content is available exclusively to SBID members with SBIDPro. SIGN IN TO READ MORE To access exclusive member-only content, click here to find out more about becoming an SBID member.