Shannon Sickler Thesis

AP 526 Masters Thesis ,Shannon Sickler  2014


The Live/Work space will function as a hub for the sharing of ideas by redefining workspace based on social tendencies and diverse work styles. Through the use of transparency, the architectural environment will begin to define social behavior. By challenging workplace norms, different creative industries will be encouraged to work together and gain knowledge of how their expertise can serve a wider group. This thesis proposes that integrated workspace supports a platform for innovative thought process and product development. A dialogue between the social structure of different workgroups and spatial environment will work to generate relationships between disciplines, work styles, and creative ideals.

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