Living in a Material World
A re-imagination of the classic pairing of tan and navy, this sophisticated palette supports a range of focused to collaborative activities. "The tension between the colors is lovely," Guido-Clark says. "There is a spirit of vitality, but with an underlying earthiness."
An understanding of sensory experiences provides the foundation for Guido-Clark's work. To create a richer experience, she encourages designers to layer contrasting materials—warm and cool colors, smooth and textured surfaces. "The people using a space every day may not know why it feels a certain way, but they feel it," Guido-Clark adds.
Living Office applies a deeper understanding of what makes us human to help create workplaces that deliver a more natural and desirable experience of work for people, and fuel greater outcomes for organizations.