Rise of the flash team: designing the agile office
Rise of the flash team:
designing the agile office
This video gives you the highlights, including how one of the world's biggest design firms reworked its own office, the four things teams need from their spaces to enable innovation and how AI is radically changing space planning for the workplace.
This is one of two special Clippings in Conversation panels we held at designjunction during the London Design Festival, moderated by our trends editor Marius Thies. You can also watch the first talk, titled Over exposure: resetting the open office for a look at how new research can inform approaches to interior design that make open-plan offices more productive - and pleasurable - places to work.
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Design Director at Gensler
Stuart oversees the design of headquarters for clients including the world's biggest tech giant's. He recently developed a flexible office furniture range to meet the agile needs of Gensler's own London HQ, which is now in production with Italian brand Fantoni.
Elena de Kan
Design Consultant at Steelcase
Elena helps corporations to achieve HR objectives through spatial solutions. Before joining Steelcase, she developed office concepts for automotive, industrial and cultural organisations, ranging from start-ups to large multinational corporations.
Chief Workplace Officer at GoSpace
Neil is an authoritative voice on workplace trends with his blog Workessence and has delivered office spaces for global organisations. He's now joined the mission of GoSpace, an AI tool that dynamically allocates team space as an organisation changes.