Stories from the field, told in first person, and based on real life and intercultural exchanges. Are what. I put. In S P A C E.
I started it because I wanted to showcase some of the best stories from the journeys to discover, near and far, who it is was around me. What the people told me they were feeling. What we were discovering in our online workshops in certain moments, in general terms, as the zeitgeist let us in on something that might not have been obvious, were it not for this magazine.
The geometry of a space is the set of all points in that space.
It’s part travel story, part innovations pacemaker’s field guide, part experiment in the work of discovery and the failures and successes from those, but it’s mostly just for those of us who are very, very curious. To see and learn, to go and seek. And connect. And, sometimes, interconnect. At real life meet ups, very occasionally, wherever I go. These have happened in India, Thailand, Finland, Latvia, Denmark, Sweden, the UK, Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia, and Vietnam since the time I left the United States most recently. That would have been in 2013 to ‘go and see stuff,’ as I put it in my journal on the eve of that departure and ‘to do fieldwork in the three-dimensional, firsthand knowledge’ style that is the crux of the way DK operates itself in design processes, too. Go and see stuff.
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100% of the subscription goes to the work of designing more and better space. Sometimes we are able to fund small projects like Autumn Leaves, New Cuizines, Project Epicurus, and more, through sharing the proceeds with teammates of Atelier S P A C E. Did this in Oulu. And in Saigon. Next is Autumn Leaves in Phnom Penh. Thank you for your support.