every physical space is an idea, a message and a signature. spaces speak a language and tell stories. this year at neocon, teknion‘s dialogue is inspired by recognizing how workplaces can be designed to communicate and influence company culture.
known as one of the founders of digital illustration, john hersey has created a mural (displayed prominently in our showroom) that uses stylized graphics to convey the complexity of today’s office − a landscape of diverse activities difficult to capture in a single photograph. while this mural evokes language tools, it’s context that matters. every element of design functions in concert with all of those around it. color and texture, the furniture and finishes create a visual language. scale and form are instant communication. materials such as wood, metal and textiles are tied to the language of sensation and significance.
teknion‘s 2019 showroom considers three types of work cultures − how they differ, how they are alike, how the culture feels and how it is expressed through space design and furniture application. we call these agile, aligned and astute.
you have to see it to appreciate it.
also by invitation only /em>
sunday 6 june
4:30 to 6:30pm