Florian Idenburg says utilizing all five of the senses and incorporating more project-based rooms will allow people to embrace an introverted working style.

Florian Idenburg, co-founder and partner of Brooklyn architecture firm SO-IL and author of the forthcoming book Human(s) Work, believes the office of the future will involve increased flexibility, autonomy, and imagination. 

On the episode, he considers the pandemic as a moment to rethink our relationship with the workplace and our jobs, the need for project-focused workrooms, and how workspace design might be best approached by focusing on experience instead of function.

Read more about how Idenburg believes that the role of architect will have to change to design more diverse spaces for all types of people and experiences here.


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