Book review of Make Space: How to Set the Stage for Creative Collaboration

There is a good book review in the 2nd issue of the Journal of Learning Spaces.

Book Review — Doorley, S., & Witthoft, S. (2012). Make space: How to set the stage for creative collaboration. Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley & Sons.  Here is small selection from the review.

Make Space is primarily about how to make office spaces more collaborative and creative. For those of us involved in designing learning spaces for students, some concepts apply and others do not. Doorley and Witthoft want us office workers to open our eyes and see the limitations of our cubicles, corner offices, and conference rooms, and the possibilities of re-making them. “Space is the ‘body language’ of an organization,” they claim (p. 38).

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