During our ideation process, we came to the realisation that the shared space where teams work together is the centre of their collaborative dynamics. The position of people’s desk and the route of their morning coffee run were once the primary drivers behind the small daily interactions that shape team culture. It was easy to see when a colleague was busy and to get a sense of their moment-to-moment mood. That made it easy to know when to approach someone to ask a question or discuss an obstacle. Video conferencing takes away all that nuance, seating you directly in the meeting room. We started developing the idea of a customisable digital space to revive these lost interactions. We had two core hypotheses: 1. Onboarding teams through a co-creative exercise will help them collaborate better. 2. Giving people a reason to move around a spatial interface will encourage more organic interactions.