This article is the final in a series of six articles on the growth, value, and future of Design for People. The intent has been to explore and discover the impact of behaviors, habits, and patterns of people in the design of environments.
The use of algorithms in design, from fashion to buildings, is not a new concept. However, Artificial Intelligence (AI) might influence design outcomes in a more profound way: by shaping what it means to be human.
Parthajeet Sarma argues that the future of co-working lies in a co-creation model where startup focused co-working centers begin to adopt best practices from collaborative working and incubation centers.
This fifth article in BDHP’s series on design for people, an actual example demonstrates and reinforces how shifting organizational behavior undergirded the entirety of the design challenge highlighted.