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Suzanne Klooster (NL)

My name is Suzanne and I am a visual designer, studying at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. I love photography,  doing research and getting inspiration from new technology. I am especially interested in how technology could change our world. I will be writing my graduation thesis during the KLM project.

James Joyce (UK)

I am a 21-year-old tea-obsessed computer scientist from the University of Salford. I love programming, gaming, cycling, and exploring the world. I’ll be working as the coder for team KLM, and I look forward to working with my great team!

KLM – Ailo

Ailo is based on research collected from KLM since February 2017, it was found that KLM had an issue of disconnection between employees located in different physical environments. As a result of these findings we designed Ailo to facilitate a creative office tool that is able to be customized for the specific employer needs in every KLM departments.

Ailo is a concept campaign for ‘the winning way of working’, which aims to create a holistic workplace design. The central goal of Ailo is to create an atmosphere where KLM employees are able to experience flexible and customizable environments, disconnection between colleagues and locations is reduced, and plant health benefits in the office are promoted.

The final design solution (Ailo) is a physical structure that can be installed in the ceiling of any work place. It has multiple functions and can be used as a room separator, a ceiling piece or as a table for a break or casual business meeting. Ailo makes any space flexible and fits user needs. Reframe your space with Ailo.

the time has come to give the #digitalsocietyschool an official presence in the social media world: we are changing our appearance 💇‍♂️! for all updates on our activities you can just stick around, but our handle changes to @DSSAmsterdam #community bit.ly/2sdzXwE

About 4 years ago from MediaLAB Amsterdam's Twitter via Twitter Web Client

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