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Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016@kerstinsailer
Bigger, better, faster, more?
The paradox of choice ...
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
The rebirth of the office in Silicon Valley
Google HQ in Mountainv...
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Facebook: The largest single-building open plan office in the worl...
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Research (and opinion) on open plan offices
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Jungsoo Kim and Richard de Dear
Database of Center for the Built
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Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Latest research by
Rachel Morrison on
‘Workplace Angst’
1000 Austr...
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
The missing piece in the puzzle: spatial layout
OPEN PLAN ≠ OPEN P...
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Regular grid to create isovists
Floor plan
Syntax model:
Strategic...
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Spatial layout matters
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Spatial layout matters!
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Spatial layout matters!
SegregatedIntegrated
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Research on open plan offices and interaction networks
Common wisd...
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Research on open plan offices and interaction networks
Two data so...
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Research results: The big picture
In offices with smaller floor pl...
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Research results: The case of a Retailer HQ
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Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Research results: The case of a Retailer HQ
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Hell is other
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Jean-Paul Sartre
Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
The Paradox
of Choice
Barry Schwartz
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Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016
Dr Kerstin Sailer
Reader in Social and Spatial Networks
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Bigger, better, faster, more? The paradox of choice in open plan offices.

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Presentation by Kerstin Sailer, the Bartlett School of Architecture at at Workplace Trends Planning for People Conference on October 11th 2016. More info: http://www.mem-events.com/news-were-tweeting-workplace-trends-live-here!-88

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Bigger, better, faster, more? The paradox of choice in open plan offices.

  1. 1. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016@kerstinsailer Bigger, better, faster, more? The paradox of choice in open plan offices Dr Kerstin Sailer Reader in Social and Spatial Networks Bartlett School of Architecture University College London Workplace Trends Conference, London, 11th October 2016
  2. 2. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 The rebirth of the office in Silicon Valley Google HQ in Mountainview (BIG and Heatherwick) Samsung America HQ in San Jose (NBBJ) Facebook HQ in Menlo Park (Frank Gehry)Apple HQ in Cupertino (Foster + Partners)
  3. 3. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Facebook: The largest single-building open plan office in the world … including way-finder touchscreens that employees can use to find a desk
  4. 4. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Research (and opinion) on open plan offices
  5. 5. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Jungsoo Kim and Richard de Dear Database of Center for the Built Environment Berkeley: ~43,000 participants in 300 office buildings [yet only 6.7% in truly open plan offices without partitions] Research (and opinion) on open plan offices
  6. 6. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Latest research by Rachel Morrison on ‘Workplace Angst’ 1000 Australian office workers Research (and opinion) on open plan offices
  7. 7. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 The missing piece in the puzzle: spatial layout OPEN PLAN ≠ OPEN PLAN
  8. 8. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Regular grid to create isovists Floor plan Syntax model: Strategic visibility IntegratedSegregated Constructing a visibility graph (VGA) A scientific approach to evaluate layouts: Space Syntax
  9. 9. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Spatial layout matters
  10. 10. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Spatial layout matters!
  11. 11. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Spatial layout matters! SegregatedIntegrated
  12. 12. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Research on open plan offices and interaction networks Common wisdom: 1. Increase size of the floor plate to increase numbers of people to reach easily. 2. Increase openness and degrees of visibility across the office to increase awareness of presence of others. Is bigreally better?
  13. 13. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Research on open plan offices and interaction networks Two data sources: networks and space 1 2 Spatial layout • Average size of floor plates • Average connectivity [size of isovists] Interaction networks • Percentage of ties between people in different departments and on different floors
  14. 14. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Research results: The big picture In offices with smaller floor plates and… in offices with less local visibility… R2=0.33** R2=0.25* …people have a higher proportion of frequent interactions with others on different floors and in different departments.
  15. 15. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Research results: The case of a Retailer HQ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Dept PRE POST236 staff, 11 departments, 2 floors, open plan but highly partitioned 268 staff, 11 departments, single floor, very open layout
  16. 16. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Research results: The case of a Retailer HQ PRE POST
  17. 17. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Research results: The case of a Retailer HQ PRE Average number of contacts POST 7.5 7.0 Average number of contacts between department 4 and 5 0.7 0.1 Average number of contacts within department 18.2 6.1 DAILY INTERACTION
  18. 18. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Research results: The case of a Retailer HQ
  19. 19. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Hell is other people. Jean-Paul Sartre
  20. 20. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 The Paradox of Choice Barry Schwartz
  21. 21. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Conclusions text
  22. 22. Paradox of choice in open plan offices Sailer, Oct 2016 Dr Kerstin Sailer Reader in Social and Spatial Networks Space Syntax Laboratory Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL 140 Hampstead Road London NW1 2BX United Kingdom Thank you! k.sailer@ucl.ac.uk @kerstinsailer http://spaceandorganisation.org/ http://tinyurl.com/kerstinsailer

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