In the future of work, smart offices designed for boomers to Gen Z

In the second of a two-part series, The Straits Times looks at how workspaces and the purpose of work might change.

This Blüm Smart Planter by Floramis transforms plants into virtual characters called Floramis, giving employees an office pet without the commitment. PHOTO: FLORAMIS
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SINGAPORE – It is not exactly Code Red, but the dashboard is calling attention to Toilet D, Cubicle C.

The toilet paper is down to one-tenth, the floor is sopping, and a co-worker seems to have had an unspeakable turn, going by the ammonia reading.

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