In a recent article with Universal Fibers, teammates Kristin Cerutti and Anne Gibson discussed their thoughts on how designers have long been sought out as experts in the built environment, but the role of a “designer” is perhaps more valuable today than it’s ever been. 

“We need to design for all of the senses and consider people who are both hypo-sensitive (need to be stimulated) and those who are hyper-sensitive (need a reduction of stimulation), whether that is acoustic, tactile, visual – or even as it relates to scents and balance.” – Kristin Cerutti

Through an extremely agile prototype space, employees will be able to reconfigure the space to meet their needs and provide feedback on what works and what doesn’t. – Anne Gibson

Read the full article here.