This design studio at Harvard University Graduate School of Design is the last of three sponsored by the furniture company Knoll that examines, through research and design, the disruptive transformations that occur globally in environments where work takes place. Understanding the unique position of the office to both register changes within society and to actively reshape traditional hierarchies, tomorrow’s workplace must arrive with a clear attitude and outlook. This studio series attempts to explicate existing cultural trends and perspectives, using this knowledge to speculate on future scenarios and potential responses within the “worksphere.”
With this in mind, the third edition examines the opportunities and restrictions of the government workspace, focusing on the spatial and organizational structures of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Work Environments: Space Work is a Studio Report from the Spring 2017 semester at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Studio made possible with the generous support of Knoll, Inc.
Published by the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Fall 2017.
Instructed by Florian Idenburg
Edited and designed by Duncan Scovil
Series design by Zak Jensen & Laura Grey
62 pages, softcover, 17 x 24.5 cm