To win in a post-pandemic world, we need to prioritize the needs of the workforce over the requirements of workplace facilities.

We at Rapt Studio are talking with companies across the globe about how to create the best possible work experience for employees as we emerge from the pandemic and…

How might the pandemic catalyze more meaningful engagement with the global challenges we face today?

A demonstration of the “crystalline structure of time.” | Robert Smithson, Asphalt Rundown

“Art must be a tuning to the object” — Timothy Morton

On February 22nd of this year, Mike Hughes assembled a crowd of journalists, fans, and onlookers in the Mojave desert. The self-described daredevil had…

A practical experiment on the power of emotional openness to unlock efficiency and creativity in professional collaboration.

Coronavirus lockdowns have placed immense strain on every aspect of our lives. If we haven’t lost our jobs, we’re working on the front lines, risking our lives to provide essential services, or otherwise…

When company leaders think about the future of the office, they must think not just in terms of space but in terms of people.

We are asked by clients, reporters, and curious friends what effect COVID-19 will have on the workplace of the future. Now that we know many jobs…

A study on the potential of urban and cultural theory to revitalize social experience online, kindling a spirit of creative misuse.

“The Naked City” by Guy Debord and Asger Jorn, 1957

Note: This piece was written prior to the killing of George Floyd and the ensuing uprising and protests, which have reclaimed vast swathes of public space both in the…

By David Galullo, CEO and Chief Creative Officer, Rapt Studio

We have been forced — as family, as community, as a nation and world — to shield ourselves from each other.

It has been a quick and decisive shift from our “normal” and has been colored with the very best…

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Our sweet spot is at the intersection of place, experience, and emotion.

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