An intricate tabletop that creates itself in less than a half hour? MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, led by Skylar Tibbits and Jared Laucks, is redefining the possibilities of 3D printing and collaborating with Steelcase to explore what that could mean for the future.
The newest issue of 360 Magazine explores why and how workplaces should support this creative shift. Chris Congdon, 360 editor and director of global research at Steelcase, joins 360 Real Time to discuss why the latest issue is focusing on creativity and to tell us about new ways you can enjoy 360.
Casper Cloaking Technology by Designtex allows for the perfect balance of openness and confidentiality with a dash of magic.
A new 3D printing process developed by MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab and Steelcase breaks the constraints of traditional 3D printing.
MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, Steelcase and award-winning product designer Christophe Guberan collaborated to create a new 3D printing process. The technology breaks the three constraints of traditional 3D printing by using a Rapid Liquid Printing technique enhancing speed, scale and quality. The partnership explores the future of furniture personalization and the opportunities for customization through innovation.
Are we ready for the disruptive forces of change impacting our working world by the intersection of the digital and physical? Steelcase global design director James Ludwig joined Creative Business Week in Munich to discuss the seismic changes we’ll see over the next decade.
What does the world of work look like as Artificial Intelligence, algorithms, bots and big data infiltrate more of our lives? Ben Pring, co-leader of Cognizant’s Future of Work Center, asks that question in “What to Do When Machines Do Everything.”
Microsoft and Steelcase are coming together for the first time to help boost creativity at work. Sara Armbruster, vice president of strategy, research and new business innovation for Steelcase, talks about this new partnership and why the two companies are starting by tackling creativity. Plus, hear how technology and place enhance creative behaviors.
Microsoft Senior Director Julia Atalla sat down with 360 to explain why a tech company is interested in the physical environment.