In case you are not able to attend the first stream at 10 am CET, you are most welcome to join us for the second stream, which will start later that day at 6 pm CET. Never have our homes undergone such radical changes as in the past year. As we were forced into lockdown, they became our safe havens, and had to function as our offices and schools, playgrounds and gyms, restaurants and cinemas. With more and more companies opting for a distributed operating model, we can expect the share of people working from home – whether full-time or just for part of the week – to drastically increase in the months to come. Our domestic spaces have to respond to these new dynamics and accommodate more aspects of our lives.Any societal shift requires a design response. What can we learn from the past? What have we learned from the remote working experiment of 2020? As designers, architects and manufacturers, our challenge is to maximise the use of limited space, while generating a sense of safety and well-being and making room for more individual choices as we create the dynamic home of tomorrow.