Imagining Science designs spatial and digital knowledge environments for universities, science and knowledge organisations.
Contemporary learning and knowledge production takes place in hybrid physical and digital environments and the narratives of space have become multiple. This has changed the ways we meet, share, inform, prototype, produce and communicate our ideas and findings.
Free thinking and creativity flourish in open, inclusive and convivial situations. The other way around, advanced and empathic knowledge ecosystems facilitate social relationships and transdisciplinary collaboration on and beyond the campus.
Digitalisation, including AI radically alters existing forms of knowledge production and dissemination. Users need agile, customised and professionally organised online knowledge spaces and spatial settings to work efficiently and with joy. This calls for designing meaningful interactions between all stakeholders to cultivate a culture of dialogue, collaboration and innovation on-site and online.
Research and analysis
- Stakeholder and user-centered design analysis
- Digital user experience analysis
- Service design research
- Requirement catalogs
Digital strategies and design
- Curating/ coaching digital transformation processes
- Digital service design
- Digital strategies for collaborative environments
- Transmedia platforms
Spatial strategies and design
- On-site service design
- Spatial design; Architectural concepts; Way-finding systems
- Place-making strategies
- Exhibitions, Spatial and digital immersive experiences
- Site-specific spatial design and artistic interventions
- Design management
Depending on the project situation and questions, we can take the lead or collaborate with partners and internal teams on client-side.