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.