A three-step technique for creating space, slowing down and enhancing creativity.
“When one has much to put in them, a day has a thousand pockets.”
One of the challenges of living, working and socializing all from home during this Pandemic-induced lockdown is that the spatial structure of our days has been largely dissolved: where before we’d have a repertoire of different spaces for different activities, now everything’s happening at home.
If you think about a typical pre-COVID day for someone who works in an office for example, events are naturally distinguished by where they take place.
In my case, I’d get up, exercise in the park, cycle to the office, work and have discussions in different meeting rooms, go out for lunch, return to the office, go for a walking meeting, perhaps zip across town for a meeting in a café; and then after work, I’d often meet…
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