Taught by: Vince Pan, Analogue Studios
The difference between a well designed and activated space and just another space that looks good is make or break. It’s not all spec suites and it most certainly is not all open workspace.
The objective of this session is for you to understand how flexible/coworking space design is different from just designing a space that looks good. You will have a new understanding of the importance of wellness and why you need to invest in and how you can monetize it. You will understand some of the new trends and practices coming your way and which ones you can put aside.
This course will be taught by Vince Pan, founder Analogue Studios.
Since founding Analogue Studio in 2011, Vince Pan has built the firm into an award-winning architecture and branding practice, with a growing roster of successful clients in the startup, education, and hospitality industries. As the firm’s Principal, Vince ensures that every project — from a brand campaign for a new fitness center to the renovation of a 25,000 square-foot startup accelerator — benefits from Analogue’s interdisciplinary approach and passion for design-based problem-solving.
Analogue Studio creates experiences that foster innovation, learning, and culture. They are an interdisciplinary studio that believes all forms of design have the power to solve problems and unleash possibility. Their projects are more than the solutions they develop; they are the relationships they build. They are fortunate to work with leading innovators, educators, and tastemakers to bring their ideas to life – and They are just as proud of the award-winning workplaces, campus centers, and restaurants that we have designed as we are of the brands, products, and graphics that they have created.
Founded in 2011 by Vince Pan, Analogue Studio has leveraged its unique approach to design-based problem solving in its work with clients including MIT, MassChallenge, Workbar, Legendary Entertainment, Raizlabs, Lumenpulse, Heartbreak Hill Running Club, Republic Fitness, and the Duck & Chicken Restaurant Group. Our firm was named one of the Top 50 architecture firms in the U.S. by Architect Magazine, and our work has been featured in outlets such as The Boston Globe, BostInno, Contract Magazine, Design Bureau, Women’s Wear Daily, and Eater.
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