Today’s economy is global; world interconnection is vital to conducting business.
The fact that companies now operate in many places has completely altered our concept of speed, migration and what is and isn’t transitory.
The result is a blurring of where we are. Our sense of place can now be anywhere. The individual creates place.
Events create place. A destination is not a point on a map, but who occupies that point.
At Kimball, our sense of place is more fluid than ever.
By re-imagining how people experience and interact with space we can transform the relationship between people and place.
By aligning the physical and digital spaces, we can enable work to flow seamlessly here, there or anywhere.