Design for spatial experiences

The edges of physical and digital experiences are blurring. And so should the way we design.

Illustration by Kris Sauerbrey

Space is the body language of a company

If we are able to track and observe the real use of space, we can meaningfully use data to make informed choices over the future iterations of our environments, to create better spaces and experiences for people.

How can we configure a space, such as an exhibition, for maximum comprehension of content?
A live prototype to intelligently communicate how people move through a space
  • Are you asking people to innovate in their business work while not allowing them to innovate on the design of their desk area?
  • Are you enabling behaviours that further your business goals?
  • Are you giving your employees sufficient time and resources to meet the business outcomes you have defined?
Photography by Bela Lehrnickel from the Berlin Design Week

A visual designer, thinker and dreamer, currently residing in Berlin and working at the Design and Innovation Consultancy FJORD