In architecture, we all love incredible design – spaces that are unique, ownable and really speak to the culture of the company that occupies them. But there can be huge value in “neutral space” in any building. And it’s time to start rethinking how it’s used. Neutral space is defined as space that has “of no distinctive characteristics, or type.” Neutral space can also mean “open space with no dedicated function or role.” To some, those definitions translate to “boring space” but that really isn’t the case. The buildings we occupy impact us emotionally and psychologically. They can have a profound effect on our state of being day in and day out.
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