Foundational insights

These insights about people, process, and place informed the development of this setting.

For people: Inclusive

Circulation routes that offer niches and other stopping points where people can have quick, spontaneous exchanges help bring people together.

For process: Intuitive and Desirable

Successful spaces for improvisational teams depend on flexibility and options. They benefit from a variety of work points that enable members to freely and intuitively cycle between individual and group activities.

For place: Adaptable

Reconfiguration must be easy and intuitive, so team members feel empowered to move furnishings around. Flexibility and mobility are key.


Teams with improvisational work styles thrive on original thinking and benefit from almost constant interaction among team members. Their neighborhoods focus on design elements that facilitate creativity and integration.

Design characteristics

A scale with four sets of sliders that indicate the design characteristics of a setting. These sliders indicate a high level of adaptability, interactivity, and interdependence, with an emphasis on supporting team members who are physically present in the space.

Use case details

Activity: Full range of individual and group activities

On-site: 12-16
Remote: Unlimited

Availability: Reservable

Duration: 0-4 hours

Area: 1,400 square feet

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