Wednesday, October 10, 2018 | 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Separate Registration Required
An Intuitive Design Workshop
, SPLINTER ARCHITECTS
Gregory Splinter, an architect-urban designer and Generative Space Task Force (GSTF) member, will present a workshop during the annual Healthcare Facilities Symposium + Expo, in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday afternoon, 10 October, from 1.30 – 3.30 . Titled ‘An Intuitive Design Workshop’, it is a two-hour long program conducted in the downtown Austin office of Gensler, co-sponsored by Gensler and Humanscale, and in partnership with the Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo.
Each participant will have the opportunity to access their deep inner wisdom by creating their own intuitive drawing, and interpret their drawing, through an immersive experience facilitated by Gregory.
While facilitating a previous workshop, Gregory created his own, personal, intuitive design drawing – which he describes as:
"The magic for me was, with the participants' help, discerning and interpreting this drawing as being a musical instrument. The participants helped me connect the idea that my best service to others, as the workshop facilitator, was to be an ‘instrument!’ That meant I wasn't the music. I wasn't the musician. I was, in the best possible sense, the instrument which others played to make their own special music. I was ‘instrumental’ for others to express their best possible selves, to beautifully connect with their own reality, in their own expressive fashion."
There is no charge to attend this workshop. It is open to all HFSE attendees, and members of the professional Austin community. It is necessary to register to obtain a free ticket for admission. The participation is limited, and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Light refreshments will be available and all workshop supplies will be provided.
Please plan to arrive by 1:15 pm, for a prompt 1:30 pm start.
The location is:
212 Lavaca Street Suite 390 in Austin