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Jeremy myerson 25.1.2012

  1. 1. From the machine to the networkEvolutions in Office DesignTekes Conference, HelsinkiJeremy Myerson
  2. 2. Helsinki 1912
  3. 3. Helsinki 2012
  4. 4. An economyProductivity / efficiency / space utilisation / cost control
  5. 5. A polityPower / rivalry / hierarchy / decision making
  6. 6. A communityRelationships / belonging / practice / proximity
  7. 7. An ecologyFlows / interdependence / sustainability / population
  8. 8. Source: The New Office, Francis Duffy
  9. 9. Richard Florida
  10. 10. x
  11. 11. Population ageing in Japan
  12. 12. Population ageing in the UK A
  13. 13. PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS
  14. 14. KPB
  15. 15. BBC MEDIA VILLAGE
  16. 16. A framework for knowledge worker settings
  17. 17. how would you describeyour mobility in relationto the office? research tool
  18. 18. user interviews
  19. 19. low mobility high mobility user feedback
  20. 20. Anchor Typology 1.
  21. 21. Connector Typology 2.
  22. 22. Gatherer Typology 3.
  23. 23. Navigator Typology 4.
  24. 24. Anchor
  25. 25. anchor: resident / hub / cubist / nester law firm law partner bio-tech company R&D manager managment consultancy partner otherwise known as . . .
  26. 26. anchor time
  27. 27. Connector
  28. 28. connector: conductor / integrator / hub / link law firm para legal bio-tech company researchermanagement consultancy research manager otherwise known as . . .
  29. 29. connector time
  30. 30. Gatherer
  31. 31. gatherer: returner / networker / marketer law firm legal marketing bio-tech company procurement managermanagement consultancy senior consultant Typology 3.
  32. 32. gatherer time
  33. 33. Navigator
  34. 34. navigator: explorer / visitor / guest / maven / consultant / rover / nomad law firm barrister bio-tech company Doctor (consultant)managment consultancy academic otherwise known as . . .
  35. 35. navigator time
  36. 36. Knowledge worker typologies
  37. 37. Concentration
  38. 38. Choice & Control
  39. 39. Welcome to Work
  40. 40. www.welcomingworkplace.com
  41. 41. Giving a voice to older knowledge workers
  42. 42. Global research
  43. 43. Welcoming WorkplaceSpaces to concentrate, collaborate and contemplate
  44. 44. Spaces to concentrate
  45. 45. Uxus DesignAmsterdam
  46. 46. Flow in Composing Music‘You’re in an ecstatic state to such a pointthat you feel as though you almost don’texist. I have experienced this time andagain. My hand seems devoid of myself,and I have nothing to do with what ishappening…(the music) just flows out ofitself’Csikszentmihalyi, 1975
  47. 47. Description of the Flow Experiencewhen Writing Poetry‘You’re right in the work, you lose your sense oftime…you’re completely enraptured, you’recompletely caught up in what you’re doing,there’s no future or past, it’s just an extendedpresent in which you’re making meaning …’Poet Mark Strand, 1991
  48. 48. Spaces to collaborate
  49. 49. MomentumBosch & Fjord
  50. 50. Nokia HouseLinda Morey Smith
  51. 51. Spaces to contemplate
  52. 52. MexxSevil Peach
  53. 53. House ARyue Nishizawa
  54. 54. Office in a Small City, 1951: Edward Hopper
  55. 55. Thank Youwww.hhc.rca.ac.uk

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