Scott Klinker Explores the Relationship of Home and Work for Metropolis Magazine
Scott Klinker, head of Cranbrook Academy of Art’s 3D Design department and Designer-in-Residence, discusses our relationship with home and work in a new series for Metropolis magazine. In the first installment of “Work From Home Changes Both,” Klinker identifies five models for the relationship between “home” and “work.” The categories are a starting point for considering new spatial models for individuals and organizations.
Scott Klinker is principal of Scott Klinker Design Studio. His practice strikes a balance between cultural research, industry projects and experiments, and working with design-driven clients like Herman Miller, Alessi, Steelcase, Landscape Forms, Burton Snowboards, and others. Klinker is also an alum of Cranbrook Academy of Art’s Design department, receiving his MFA in 1996.
Read the first installment, “Five Models of Work and Home” on Metropolis
Read the second installment, “Remixing Work and Home: How to Think About Hybridity” on Metropolis
Read the third installment, “The Pandemic’s Work-from-Home Lessons” on Metropolis