Give Ideas Room to Grow
Many of the organizations we work with struggle to untangle information bottlenecks, often caused by ill-equipped conference rooms, workstations with high partitions, and floorplans that inhibit circulation. Workplaces with settings and connective space designed for interactions both impromptu and planned make it easy for people to share ideas.
“People are sharing stories and information, and that knowledge transfer is helping us connect the dots and solve problems.”
Project Executive, DPR Construction
Organizations have unique factors that define how and why they share information—factors that determine the types of spaces they need. See what happened when two companies used our Living Office placemaking approach to transform their workplaces into innovation incubators.
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