Rachel Edwards: Designing for seven generations

This week on the SpaceCraft podcast, join host Dan Moscrop as he engages in a captivating conversation with Rachel Edwards, the Workplace Futures lead at Lendlease. Delve into the world of workplace design, branding, and interior architecture as Rachel shares her journey from studying interior architecture at the University of New South Wales to becoming a key player in the field.

In this episode, Rachel reflects on her experiences at TP Bennett and Space Lab, underscoring the significance of workplace culture and entrepreneurial thinking. She provides insights into her current role at Lendlease, where she focuses on long-term workplace strategies and the profound impact of architectural decisions on future generations.

Inspired by the Native American Seven Generations Principle, Rachel emphasizes the crucial need for sustainable outcomes and the importance of considering the voices of future generations in decision-making processes. Join Dan and Rachel as they discuss the responsibility of urban development, navigating challenges in large-scale projects, and the role of innovative design in shaping impactful and enduring workplace environments.

Don't miss this insightful episode that explores the intersection of design, culture, and strategic planning, creating spaces that stand the test of time. Tune in to the SpaceCraft podcast for a deep dive into the world of workplace design, workspace culture, and the psychology behind architectural decisions.