Space matters. In this episode, Architect Donald Rattner shares the research on how to design your space to enhance your creativity. Donald shares several simple changes you can make. Then, he examines Amy’s office and provides advice on how she can make her space more conducive to creativity. Then, Amy implements those changes and reveals the new office layout.
What You’ll Learn
- The three A’s of designing a creative space
- How our brain’s perception of our space impacts our creativity
- What prospect refuge theory is and how to use it to your advantage
- Learn about the new “resimercial” design craze for workplaces
About Donald Rattner
Assess your space. Keep a log of when/where you are doing your best work and when/where are you doing your least successful work. Then, what changes might you make to help you be more creative?
Share your experiences in the comments below. I’d love to hear about them!
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