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Lifelong Learner and Teacher

Josh Owen discusses childhood inspiration, balance, and what it means to be a designer. Interviewed by Kristin Grant; Photos Courtesy of Josh Owen When I first met designer and educator Josh Owen, ...

Turning the Inside Out

The Workplace Meets Mother Nature By Leigh Stringer, Workplace Research & Strategy, EYP; Photos by Whitney J. Fox for Jack Morton Worldwide and L.L.Bean Remember back in college when you begged your ...

Connecting a Vertical Campus

Designing the Workplace of the Future with Adobe By Natalie Engels, Design Director & Principal, Gensler, images courtesy of Gensler and Adobe Three years ago, the employee journey at Adobe’s downtown San ...

Inclusion Applied Creatively: Kat Holmes

Interviewed by Mary Lewey, Kat Holmes is the author of “Mismatch: How Inclusion Shapes Design” and Director of User Experience at Google. Kat Holmes began her career in mechanical engineering, but found ...

From Forest to Oasis: Innovating on the Concept of Workspace

By Dave Madson, LEED AP, Director of Workplace at CBT; Photos courtesy of Robert Benson and CBT To encourage success, workplaces should be environments that foster wellness by reducing stress, providing flexibility, ...

Martin’s Park: A New Place to Play in the Seaport District

By Eva Hill, Editorial Production Intern, Design Museum Foundation Martin’s Park, Boston’s newest playground, is an outdoor play space intended to provide an opportunity for creative play in the Seaport District. ...

Congratulations to Elizabeth Lowrey!

Design Museum Foundation is proud to congratulate Elizabeth Lowrey, Design Museum Board Member and Principal and Director of Interior Design at Elkus Manfredi Architects, for the honorary degree she received ...

Experimenting with Education

by Angie UyHam, District Design and Innovation Coach, Cambridge Public Schools I remember being four years old, holding the edge of my mother’s dress as she dropped me off for the ...