FORWARD Fellows Challenged with Wicked Design Problem

How might we design environments that optimize the combined capabilities of humans and machines? This is the central question FORWARD fellows are exploring. Supported by Steelcase and the Savannah College of Art and Design, the FORWARD fellowship invited emerging design leaders from the Americas and Europe to Italy. There, they were exposed to a variety of design thinking methods, research on artificial intelligence and new ways of working before embarking on a nearly year-long quest to figure out how space can help solve a wicked problem.

Video Q+A: Decoding Why Spaces Are Used

Why are some rooms always in use at work while others stay empty much of the time? Experts answer questions about a new way to decode the reasons why.

Watch: Jim Keane on Fueling Sustainable Innovation

Steelcase’s CEO writes about how inclusiveness, authenticity and transparency benefit us all and fuel sustainable innovation.

Award-Winning Teacher Motivates with Active Learning

“The Steelcase Active Learning Classroom is going to start an entire movement of new makers and creators in our community.”

Unused Library Space Becomes Campus Hot Spot

A Kansas university reimagined an existing library space to create an active, energizing campus center. Watch the video to see

Watch: Grant Helps Saluda Trail Middle School

Grant Helps Saluda Trail Middle School Implement Active Learning, Transform Engagement Levels With more than 850 students, 30 percent of