A Designed World: Freespace, An Experiment in Civic Hacking

Posted on Jun 30, 2013

This Is What Happens When You Give A Creative Community An Empty 14,000-Square-Foot Building
BY ARIEL SCHWARTZ, fastcoexist.com

Freespace is an experiment in civic hacking, inspired in no small part by Burning Man. But it’s attracting the attention of Fortune 500 companies eager to find ways to bring more creativity and innovation into their work spaces and companies.


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Freespace, An Experiment in Civic Hacking
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