Clive Wilkinson

Clive Wilkinson Architects, author of The Theatre of Work

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Architect,  designer, writer and strategist, Clive Wilkinson is president of Clive Wilkinson Architects. Author, The Theatre of Work.

Clive Wilkinson on KCRW

Big tech companies have remade the workplace in recent years with creative offices designed to stimulate disruption.

Google and Twitter tell staff to keep working from home. What will happen to creative offices?

Big tech companies have remade the workplace in recent years with creative offices designed to stimulate disruption.

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KCRW's new building, designed by Clive Wilkinson Architects Photo by Avishay Artsy 
 After 33 years broadcasting out of an airless and fluorescent-lit basement on Santa Monica…

Sneak peek at KCRW's new home

KCRW's new building, designed by Clive Wilkinson Architects Photo by Avishay Artsy After 33 years broadcasting out of an airless and fluorescent-lit basement on Santa Monica…

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