Spacecraft — The Workplace Design Podcast
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Spacecraft — The Workplace Design Podcast

Podcast af Daniel Moscrop

The Spacecraft Podcast series reviews and examines how well-designed workspaces can be transformative, not just for day-to-day working, but for businesses as a whole. Dan Moscrop, Founder and CEO of Them Design speaks with leading businesses to see how design has impacted their workspaces. We interview the directors of co-working organisations that are leading the charge on how office spaces should be created, and the architects behind some of the most innovative office environments you'll see. 

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47 episoder
episode Rachel Edwards — Designing for seven generations artwork
Rachel Edwards — Designing for seven generations
Rachel Edward is Workplace Futures Lead at Lendlease, and if you're involved in workplace in London you'd be pushed to not be aware of her work. She's Rachel has been involved in a number of pioneering projects working on workplaces globally applying evidence-based design thinking.  Rachel is all about how people use the places that we build. She is passionate about building sustainable workplace communities, with a focus on how the design of places can make a difference — to society, to lifestyles, to businesses, and to the planet.  In our interview, we look at how we design for the future alongside what we need now, and how to integrate the workplace into larger schemes.
07. sep. 2023 - 41 min
episode Collin Burry — Design is about getting your hands dirty and diving head first into the learning process artwork
Collin Burry — Design is about getting your hands dirty and diving head first into the learning process
Collin Burry [https://www.linkedin.com/in/collinburry/] has been with Gensler [https://www.gensler.com/] for nearly 27 years and is as passionate about design as the day he started, which comes across really well in our interview. Collin has built his career and standing by delivering the kind of projects many of us would give a right arm to be involved with (Apple, Pixar, Nike, Samsung, E. & J. Gallo Winery, Nokia... the list is endless) winning over 85 design awards for his work. Normally for a bio I cobble together bits I find on Linkedin and other sites, but I loved this on Collin's Linkedin About section so posting verbatim: "For me, design is about getting my hands dirty and diving head first into the learning process. Using my experiences, old and new, to improve my practice and lead me to new places. I am a left and right brain designer, creating environments that reflect my client’s ethos, while striving for authenticity and intuitive functionality. I consider myself a ‘soft modernist’, meaning I use contemporary thinking and techniques to evoke results that garner exceptional human experiences. I embrace influences from the arts to galvanize my design process and shepherd my clients to embrace extraordinary places and spaces.  One of the proudest moments of my career was when I was inducted in the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 2013. SF Magazine also recognized me as one of the top 100 most influential LGBTQ leaders in the Bay Area. I am a long-time advocate of design education, championing the advancement of the Interior Design profession through legislative action and continued learning opportunities." Collin is super-engaging and brimming with enthusiasm, with some great stories and experiences mixed in — enjoy!
10. aug. 2023 - 40 min
episode Ivana Stanisic — How the blurring of the lines between live, work and play is improving our communities artwork
Ivana Stanisic — How the blurring of the lines between live, work and play is improving our communities
Ivana Stanisic [https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivana-stanisic-6881a8b/]wowed me a while ago in a talk she did for PlaceLabs, the them was 'Belonging' her key message was the necessity of valuing personal agency. Ivana’s talk portrayed her belief of how a sense of agency is not only important to people on an immediate, individual level, but how it’s key to the longevity and success of buildings and communities. “We have these joyful places which are socially and visually a mess.” Ivana went on to explain, “That’s why people go there, not because it’s a set of beautifully designed closed systems with buildings that architects have lovingly crafted… It’s because places have allowed people to move in, to adapt, change uses, and allow different types of people to move in.” An Associate at Tate Hindle [https://www.tatehindle.co.uk/], Ivana has a particular interest and expertise in housing, as she considers this the most important place in people's lives – where design can make the most difference. The home environment – both the building itself and the place surrounding it – plays a huge part in quality of life and the wellbeing of the people who go on to inhabit the spaces we create. So I wanted to get her angle on how much has changed since we now spend more time at home and less time in the office. She has extensive experience of residential-led, mixed-use projects and strategic masterplanning – both in the UK and internationally. She has worked on a wide range of projects, including all scales and stages of work – from individual buildings and streets, to neighbourhoods, towns and cities. Ivana is passionate about creating places that support communities and improve people’s lives – with users, insights, and collaboration at the heart of the design. In 2021, Ivana was shortlisted for the World Architecture News Female Frontier Awards – as an Emerging Architect of the Year, and was previously longlisted for RIBA Rising Stars in 2020.
27. jul. 2023 - 42 min
episode Ben Channon — We need to design happiness into our spaces artwork
Ben Channon — We need to design happiness into our spaces
I read Happiness by Design [https://www.ribabooks.com/happy-by-design-a-guide-to-architecture-and-mental-wellbeing_9781859468784] by Ben Channon during Covid, packed with sensible suggestions, and a checklist of how our homes should function — after the success of the book, Ben expanded on the concept into a Happiness by Design Toolkit [https://www.ribabooks.com/-4the-happy-design-toolkit-architecture-for-better-mental-wellbeing_9781859469866], his most recent book, which looks at a much broader field of architecture and design including workplace.  As an architect, author, TEDx speaker and mental wellbeing advocate, he is well known in the industry as a thought leader in designing for happiness and wellbeing. Ben is a Director at wellbeing design consultancy Ekkist, where he helps clients and design teams to create healthier places, and researches how buildings and urban design can impact how we feel. He developed an interest in design for mental health, wellbeing and happiness after suffering with anxiety problems in his mid-twenties and talks openly about them in this interview - he now speaks about this subject to businesses and universities around the world.
14. jul. 2023 - 43 min
episode Chris Coleman-Brown — Places need to work for people artwork
Chris Coleman-Brown — Places need to work for people
After a unique route into real estate; Chris [https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-coleman-brown-812507a/] worked in managing agent and client-side roles on many of the most exciting developments of the last 20 years.  With a focus on putting customer experience and unifying place narrative at the centre of asset strategy; he's long banged the drum for how places need to work for people, in order to realise relevant and authentic experiences and outperform business plan objectives. Collaboration led to the creation of Cureoscity [https://cureoscity.com/] — a prop tech that provides digital layers for built environments, and Aletheia [https://www.youraletheia.com/] a strategic real estate placemaking and management consultancy.  Both businesses have grown rapidly since their launch and are the main focus of Chris' work today...
29. jun. 2023 - 45 min
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