Kelly, had a founder of IDEO and Stanford D school it's a one of the good problems to solve. And so here we're thinking about how do you create a dense environment, but you support the analogue and the digital opportunity to move so if we look at in violent behaviour, which is my specially if you look at a classroom environment and you see robot column seeding, you know, as a, as a student, you know exactly the behaviour that's expected of you, and as an educator on standing up here I know exactly the behaviour that's expected of me. So we always talk about how do we get permission to act differently.
IPOE MOVING FURNITURE, ANFA 2014
Why do some people prefer to work in the studio and some in the library? That question has always puzzled med as I prefer working in the library. What if people were made to work in the environment that they did not like. Is there a difference in the results from their preferred environment, to their disliked chosen environment to work in? Is this linked to their home environments? What makes people choose this comfort?