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Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015@kerstinsailer
Designing Spaces for People
Dr Kerstin Sailer
Lecturer in Comp...
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
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Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
SOCIAL
THE OFFICE
AS A
SPACE
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Do we still need the physical space of the office?
Samsung HQ, San Jose, und...
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Do we still need the physical space of the office?
ROUTINESCO-PRESENCE ENCOU...
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Technology is just one more way to connect to those important to us...
Media...
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Designing
Spaces for People
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Robin Evans:
“If anything is described by an architectural
plan, it is the n...
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Robin Evans: Figures, Doors and Passages
Family Prayers by Samuel Butler (18...
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
4 types of layout choices
CONNECTEDCOMPARTMENTALISED
CELLULAR OPEN-PLAN
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Designing spaces for people – layout matters!
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Designing spaces for people – layout matters!
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Designing spaces for people – layout matters!
SegregatedIntegrated
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
The new science of the workplace
“If we have , let’s look at data.
If all we...
Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015
Dr Kerstin Sailer
Lecturer in Complex Buildings
Space Syntax Laboratory
Bart...
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  1. 1. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015@kerstinsailer Designing Spaces for People Dr Kerstin Sailer Lecturer in Complex Buildings, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London Social Business Salon, British Academy, London, 1 July 2015
  2. 2. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 ?
  3. 3. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 SOCIAL THE OFFICE AS A SPACE
  4. 4. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Do we still need the physical space of the office? Samsung HQ, San Jose, under construction (NBBJ) Apple HQ, Cupertino, under construction (Foster + Partners) Facebook HQ, Menlo Park, opened 2015 (Gehry) Google HQ, Mountain View, planning stage (BIG & Heatherwick)
  5. 5. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Do we still need the physical space of the office? ROUTINESCO-PRESENCE ENCOUNTER “Co-present individuals may not know each other, (…) but co-presence [still] is (…) a social fact and a social resource. Co-present people are not a community, but they are part of the raw material for community. (…) Even without conversion into interaction, patterns of co-presence are a psychological resource, precisely because co-presence is the primitive form of our awareness of others.” Bill Hillier (1996): Space is the Machine Awareness, community, atmosphere Proximity, serendipity, easy access Habits, usage, shared identity
  6. 6. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Technology is just one more way to connect to those important to us... Media Agency: email contact patterns Media Agency: face-to-face contact patterns Overlap between electronic contact and face-to-face contact: 80% (Media Agency) ↔ 64-69% (Cambridge University) ↔ 90% and 30% (two different hospitals in NL and CA)
  7. 7. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Designing Spaces for People
  8. 8. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Robin Evans: “If anything is described by an architectural plan, it is the nature of human relationships.” Evans (1997): Figures, Doors and Passages
  9. 9. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Robin Evans: Figures, Doors and Passages Family Prayers by Samuel Butler (1864) Coleshill House by Sir Roger Pratt (1650-1667)Villa Capra ‘La Rotunda’ by Andrea Palladio (1567-1592) Madonna dell’Impannata by Raphael (1513-1514) RENAISSANCE 19THCENTURY Inter- connected rooms The birth of the corridor ‘habitual gregariousness, passion, carnality and sociality’ ‘society aimed at avoiding human contact’
  10. 10. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 4 types of layout choices CONNECTEDCOMPARTMENTALISED CELLULAR OPEN-PLAN
  11. 11. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Designing spaces for people – layout matters!
  12. 12. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Designing spaces for people – layout matters!
  13. 13. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Designing spaces for people – layout matters! SegregatedIntegrated
  14. 14. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 The new science of the workplace “If we have , let’s look at data. If all we have are - let’s go with mine.” Jim Barksdale, former Netscape CEO DATA OPINIONS
  15. 15. Designing Spaces for People Sailer, July 2015 Dr Kerstin Sailer Lecturer in Complex Buildings Space Syntax Laboratory Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL 140 Hampstead Road London NW1 2BX United Kingdom Thank you! k.sailer@ucl.ac.uk @kerstinsailer http://spaceandorganisation.wordpress.com/ http://tinyurl.com/kerstinsailer

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