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Architectural Design: The WE Way for Workplace Inclusivity

Architecture defines how we live and work in the world. Designing environments for all people gives an organization the ability to communicate their culture and values in a way that speaks to the idea that “You belong here.” In this course, architect Oshoke Abalu outlines her framework for inclusive architectural design, which she calls the Workplace Experience Way, or the WE Way. Each of its four components—the commons, the sanctuary, the neighborhood, and the cocoon—provides a way for architects and companies to define a workplace that provides locations and modalities for everyone in the organization to feel welcomed, valued, and loved. Join Oshoke as she shows how to make the practical and actionable choices to make architectural design more caring, more authentic, and more inclusive.

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