In this series we will enjoy a glimpse of the working environments of designers, architects and directors and discover what can we learn from how they work and the objects they work alongside.
‘Object 1. Sketchbook:My sketchpad commands a permanent place between myself and my keyboard. It’s always open. I’ve gotten through tonnes of these since I began at BroomeJenkins. The results of my scribbling aren’t always pretty but for me its an essential tool for moving ideas forward quickly.
Object 2. 3D prints: We’ve been able to 3D print parts, in-house, for a while now. It allows us to quickly test aesthetics, mechanisms and ergonomics. Being able to physically assess multiple iterations of a design in a short period of time is invaluable.
Object 3. Post it notes: I get through post it notes at a rate of knots. Each one represents some kind of list. There’s probably a lot of repetition between each note but the act of writing a list on them is somehow cathartic. I also use my phone for making lists which is tidier but not the same.’