Meet “Team K”: The winners of the three-way tie Interactive Kitchen / Cafe Collaboration Space category of the Next Work Environment Competition!

dc.contributor.author Weckerling, Emma
dc.contributor.author Cho, Yongyeon
dc.contributor.author Lim, Huiwon
dc.contributor.department Interior Design
dc.contributor.other Interior Design
dc.date.accessioned 2022-02-15T17:54:58Z
dc.date.available 2022-02-15T17:54:58Z
dc.date.issued 2020-09-04
dc.description.abstract The COVID-19 has profoundly impacted to a general frame of the environment in an office. While the pandemic has been breaking out, office workers have reported their emerging issues of life and work balance, needing appropriate tools for their job complete, and losing the motivation by disconnecting from their collaborators. In 21c, office design has been focused on two main issues to improve work productivity. One is the employee’s physical, emotional, social wellbeing, and the other is collaboration. For this competition, we consider one of the collaborative spaces, MR. A meeting room will be a crucial challenge in post-COVID-19 office design because it is mainly not for creating a social distance but for being closed in order to create good teamwork as well as to socialize with colleagues and clients. MR could be categorized by sizes (small, middle, and large) and purposes (formal and informal). Small MRs (Huddle room, Phone booth, and War room) are for up to 4 people and usually spaces for informal conversations. Middle MRs (6Pax, 8Pax, and 10Pax) are for up to 10 people and large MRs (12 Pax, Large conference room, and Town-hall MR) are for more than 10 people. These two types of MRs are likely for formal conversations. Before COVID-19 pandemic, the elements below were required for MR design: 1) quantity and quality of tables and chairs; 2) multi-media systems with connections; 3) room reservation system; 4) wayfinding and accessibility; 5) branding; 6) lighting control including both artificial and natural; 7) acoustic and visual control for privacy issue; 8)HVAC control system for thermal comfort. However, for MR designs in Post COVID-19, potential subjects below should be considered: A) Social distancing; B) personal hygiene; C) cleaning procedure and frequency; D) air flows and quality; E) employees’ mental health.
dc.description.comments This Interview is published as Weckerling, E., Meet The Winners: Team K – Interactive Kitchen / Cafe Collaboration Space Yongyeon Cho and Huiwon Lim, 2020. https://www.workdesign.com/2020/09/meet-the-winners-team-k-interactive-kitchen-cafe-collaboration-space/ Posted with permission.
dc.identifier.uri https://dr.lib.iastate.edu/handle/20.500.12876/0zEyB7Oz
dc.language.iso en
dc.publisher WORKSPACE DESIGN MAGAZINE, LLC DBA WORK DESIGN MAGAZINE (2010-2021)
dc.subject DegreeDisciplines::Architecture::Interior Architecture
dc.subject DegreeDisciplines::Architecture::Architectural Technology
dc.title Meet “Team K”: The winners of the three-way tie Interactive Kitchen / Cafe Collaboration Space category of the Next Work Environment Competition!
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