17 November 2020
UTC: 1:30 AM – 3:00 AM

In recent years, organizations and buildings that promote “wellness” have become marketing assets for office and residential developers alike, and a means for companies to attract top talent and tenants. Today, with the emergence of a global pandemic, it is now society’s top priority, and designers, planners, owner/developers, and government officials must demonstrate that it is being taken seriously in order to remain viable. This session addresses how this paramount requirement is being addressed, through adjustments to physical space and operations, coupled with clear, consistent messaging.

Session Chair: Shonn Mills
Global Director, Ramboll, Singapore
Antony Wood
Chief Executive Officer, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, Chicago
Chew Peet Mun
Managing Director, Workspace and Residential, CapitaLand, Singapore
Ruzica Bozovic-Stamenovic
Associate Professor, Leader Urbanism Research Cluster, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Seah Chee Huang
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, DP Architects, Singapore