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Green Desk 
Team EBB | d.Calm | March 2013
Hypothesis 
Office workers need to be surprised 
and delighted by ‘natural’ ambient 
sensations because the modern office ...
The Problem
Prototype 1
Prototype 1
Prototype 1
Prototype 1 
< 10 
seconds 
‘calmed’ 
‘soothed’ 
‘relaxed’ 
Average length of interaction Reported feelings while using 
p...
Prototype 2
Prototype 2
Prototype 2
Prototype 2
Prototype 2
Prototype 2 
“It makes everything feel grounded... 
Everything that’s in nature belongs 
there. That’s the difference.”
Prototype 2 
natural primacy effect 
Pleasurable sensations that arise from 
nature surrounding technology instead 
of tec...
Prototype 3
Prototype 23
Prototype 3
Prototype 3
Thanks! 
Green Desk 
nature surrounding technology instead of 
technology surrounding nature 
Luke Dahl | lukedahl@stanfor...
Green Desk: Stanford d.School Calming Technology Project
Green Desk: Stanford d.School Calming Technology Project
Green Desk: Stanford d.School Calming Technology Project
Green Desk: Stanford d.School Calming Technology Project
Green Desk: Stanford d.School Calming Technology Project
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Green Desk: Stanford d.School Calming Technology Project

At the Stanford d.School's Calming Technology Lab, we asked: what would happen if we brought nature directly into people's workspaces?

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Green Desk: Stanford d.School Calming Technology Project

  1. 1. Green Desk Team EBB | d.Calm | March 2013
  2. 2. Hypothesis Office workers need to be surprised and delighted by ‘natural’ ambient sensations because the modern office environment is stagnant and artificial.
  3. 3. The Problem
  4. 4. Prototype 1
  5. 5. Prototype 1
  6. 6. Prototype 1
  7. 7. Prototype 1 < 10 seconds ‘calmed’ ‘soothed’ ‘relaxed’ Average length of interaction Reported feelings while using prototype
  8. 8. Prototype 2
  9. 9. Prototype 2
  10. 10. Prototype 2
  11. 11. Prototype 2
  12. 12. Prototype 2
  13. 13. Prototype 2 “It makes everything feel grounded... Everything that’s in nature belongs there. That’s the difference.”
  14. 14. Prototype 2 natural primacy effect Pleasurable sensations that arise from nature surrounding technology instead of technology surrounding nature
  15. 15. Prototype 3
  16. 16. Prototype 23
  17. 17. Prototype 3
  18. 18. Prototype 3
  19. 19. Thanks! Green Desk nature surrounding technology instead of technology surrounding nature Luke Dahl | lukedahl@stanford.edu | @lukedahl Maria Molfino | mmolfino@stanford.edu | @mjmolfi Cassidy Robert Coyote Saenz | crcsaenz@stanford.edu | @crcsaenz Jonathan (Jasper) Sherman-Presser | jjsp@stanford.edu | @jasperjonathan

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