|I love the concept of these moveable sitting areas and how multi functional they are|
As for furniture I would want it to be as multi-functional as possible. I can't stand a great open space that then has loads of tables and chairs stuffed in the corner because the room has been cleared for a workshop and there is no-where to put them. So I would come up with clever designs to solve that. Interlocking tables that change shape and function; boardroom, classroom, activity stations. Perhaps they could hoist into the ceiling when they are not being used, or fold down off the walls. A range of different chairs. I would also love a giant touchscreen (or two) that a group of young people could work around, collaborating their ideas and suggestions. Rugs are a great way to add texture and colour to a room with a hard surface floor and make it feel more homely.
|I love this rug and the texture it adds to the space|
I want an office space to be one that I want to go to, that inspires from the moment I arrive. One that captures my vibrancy and allows me to share that with other people. Its a safe space for young people and others to feel secure enough to come and participate and leave feeling refreshed and re-energised. Every single part of the office space is carefully considered to make it very much a working space, functionally on every level. No space is unused and no space is uninspired. The space loving shapes and encourages young people who previously have never engaged and gives them vigor to thrive.
What would your dream office space look like?