JRA Architectural Designer Tanisha Raffiuddin gave a talk on ‘How the Passion Economy Fuelled the Co-Working Movement’, examining the roots of co-working to understand why it is enjoying such phenomenal success among Millennials and how the concept of co-working is redefining the way we work and the design of the traditional workspace.
The presentation was given in the PechaKucha format, with 20 slides, each on screen for 20 seconds, making the in depth research and conclusions on design for the future fast paced and fun. Tanisha presented as part of a series of talks on 15th of June across the theme of ‘Victorian Industrialist versus Millennial Entrepreneur’. JRA organised the six speaker event as part of the London Festival of Architecture, a month long celebration of architectural experimentation, thinking and practice.
If you couldn’t get tickets to our event, see Tanisha’s talk in full on our YouTube channel here.
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