Duncan Gunn of GUNN Associates joined us for this episode of the podcast. Here at Them Design, we’ve known and worked with Duncan for around three years now. We’ve helped him brand and launch GUNN Associates, and watching their growth and success over the last couple of years has been really rewarding.
In this episode, he shares several of the projects they’ve been working on, from university spaces, to a company headquarters. We learn about Duncan’s customer first, problem-solving approach, where clients often come away with something they didn't expect but was better than they thought they could achieve. We also discuss Sticky Campus thinking, what it is, where it comes from, and how it can be applied to workplace design.
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