From the correlation between the way we learn and our working preferences and the death of ‘corporate starships’, to the all-important sense of temporary ownership in an environment of constant change – in the second part of “The Future of Work” we explore further shifts that define the evolution of the workplace.
From the polycentric model and upside-down buildings to the allure of whimsy and celebration of utility. Three top designers tell us how workplace design is responding to the fluid reality of work.
Using references from the much-lauded film The Usual Suspects and award-winning TV series Mad Men to unpack this subject for his readers, Scott argues that the best lead designers are those who can use an ‘invisible hand’ to guide their teams. We spoke to Scott about his thoughts on the design process and the importance of the ‘invisible hand’.