Conversations and Reflections: Building Silicon Valley's Workplace Cultures
Los Altos History Museum hosts a panel discussion on the relationship between architecture and workplace culture, led by photographer Richard Adler and the Chair of the Museum's Diversity Advisory Group Dr. Perlita Dicochea.
Titled “Conversations and Reflections: Building Silicon Valley’s Workplace Cultures,” the event is scheduled for Thursday, September 21, from 5:30-7pm and will be held at the Los Altos Community Center’s Sequoia Room.
Adler and Dicochea will explore concepts such as the flex workplace, open format offices, and other architectural design features on the contemporary work environment. How do these spaces affect the workers, their ability to collaborate, their well-being and their work-life balance? The panel will also consider how perspectives on work and where it happens have shifted in the post-COVID era.
Event attendees will have the opportunity to view Richard Adler’s interior photographs of these iconic buildings not featured in the Museum’s main exhibition, "Building the Future: A Visual History of the Architecture of Silicon Valley." There will also be an opportunity to network with fellow attendees over refreshments.