Designing Indeterminacy:
User-led Creation of Liminal Spaces at Work
Vancouver, 2016 - 2018

Practice-led Research 

In the midst of a time where many concurrent shifts in cultures and technologies are shaping the future of work in unexpected ways, Designing Indeterminacy looks at the interior design of the contemporary workplace and considers its limitations. Through practice-led research this project attempts to understand everyday work experience of users. Participatory design methods are used to investigate the spatial limitations that knowledge workers today are facing in the contemporary work environment.

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Photography by Ian Lee.

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