Our Role In The Workplace


As a Strategic Design Consultancy we engage with clients on projects at all scales from concept master planning to multi-story commercial interiors to prototyping exercises. Our workplace strategy focus combines our team’s capacity for spatial and design thinking with data analytics and measurement to create solutions for the workplace that are specifically tailored to the culture and nuances of each specific client.

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Our Approach

Schiller Project’s core mission is to deliver a whole workplace experience that align with our client’s goals, values and brand. We believe that the workplace is a complex ecosystem defined by more than the space or furniture alone. Leveraging our spatial expertise as designers, and our analytical expertise as strategists, we develop effective workplace ecosystems that integrate the needs of people, products and spaces.

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Strategic Process

Our process starts by making sure we are solving the right problem. With a robust discovery and needs assessment phase, we get to the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of your project. Data is integral to the process and is collected and analyzed to draw supportable conclusions and prioritize areas of focus. A built-in feedback mechanism ensures that all insights are mapped against the needs and data.


Data supported decision making requires tools that effectively
capture insights and communicate the results.


To paint a more complete picture of your workplace and eliminate bias, we collect data from multiple sources. This includes both structured (quantifiable) and unstructured (anecdotal) data which we use to measure against the needs assessment to prioritize areas of focus and measure experience.


This includes online surveys, in-person workbooks, and all forms of self-reported data.


Spatial data is gathered through analysis of floor plans, office walk-throughs with personnel, and observation of office and ancillary space.


Interviews, focus groups, and workshops allow for directed conversation to gain data on work culture.


Environmental sensors include light, air, temperature, noise, and multiple forms of occupancy sensors.


Data in any industry is only as good as what you measure. For example, if you only have one café in a suburban office park, everyone will use it. This high utilization rate doesn’t necessarily correlate with effective space. Knowing what to measure begins with client discovery at all levels of the organization. By engaging stakeholders within peer groups, we begin to understand what each group needs to be effective.

We identify criteria to create a dashboard tailored to your specific project with mutually stablished key performance indicators. The dashboards provide you with a tool to quickly monitor and assess the performance of your spaces.

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