I recently read about a study that focused on kids’ eating patterns. The study took the same amount of juice and put it in different sized glasses.
The glasses that were large looked half full… so the kids asked for more. The glasses that were small appeared full and left the kids content.
I find this fascinating… if we apply this same logic to the creation of a space what happens?
As we design or organize a space we denote zones for different things. When the boundaries of these zones are encountered and encroach upon each other, we typically believe we have too much “stuff.”
Or is it that we need to rethink the process, re-shuffle the space and divide it up in a way that better addresses the true need?
Keep your experiences rewarding…