We met people in different kinds of open spaces in Oslo, Marseille, Paris, Amsterdam who shared their thoughts, needs and rituals within their co-working spaces. We tested the first ideas of the Murmur with simple models in co-working spaces in Oslo and Marseille. Out of the observations and feedbacks we discovered three major insights: Living modular rooms give the experience of a new space. Nature and randomness brings life and value to rooms. Visual confidentiality and echo sound-absorption provide privacy and social distancing, in open spaces.

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