Tikva Morowati is a self-employed Product and UX Consultant. She helps consumer-facing startups that are developing new products and those going through pivots. Previously, Tikva worked for Google and pioneered the company's futuristic workspace prototyping effort to reimagine workspaces to support user needs through interactive environments. Before that, she was the Global Brand Designer for Facebook.
Established in 2005 by Parisian entrepreneurs and art devotees Loic Le Gaillard and Julien Lombrail, Carpenters Workshop Gallery is known for its discovery of bold and iconic design-art. For the past 10 years Carpenters Workshop Gallery has been at the helm of the collectible contemporary design scene, garnering international recognition for its discovery of young emerging talent and for nurturing some of the best established contemporary designers. Like many of the artists it fosters, the gallery takes a young, fresh and dynamic approach, primarily following its own aesthetic. They exhibit unique and limited edition works both by emerging and established artists, and designers. The Gallery began life in a former carpenter’s workshop, an old industrial space amid Chelsea Gas Works. In 2008 the Carpenters Workshop opened a second gallery in Mayfair, bringing a cutting-edge aesthetic and youthful dynamism to historic Albemarle Street.
Sara Schiller, co-founder of MEET, spoke at PSFK about the inception of her company and how to foster creativity among the corporate mindset
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