IN PRACTICE - MAKE
Make is a completely open studio with no cellular offices. It is very democratic and everyone uses the same model of bench and high chair. The benches are 90cm high and allow a more active way of working, so people can stand and work, make models and operate computers and do not need to stand up if someone comes to discuss an issue. Two walls are glass with views onto the street and full of models on a continuous shelf. The other two walls provide pin-up space and are constantly full ...
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