YOU CANNOT EXPECT CREATIVITY FROM PEOPLE
IF YOU DON’T GIVE THEM CREATIVE SPACE TO THRIVE IN.
“Dealing with people is like digging gold: When you go digging for an ounce of gold, you have to move tons of dirt to get an ounce of gold. But when you go digging, you don’t go looking for the dirt, you go looking for the gold.” Andrew Carnegie
Shang was a vision held by Lilian Tian. She wanted to create a workplace that celebrated community. One that would embrace technology, design, and encourage passion. As the founder and principle of her own design firm, first and foremost Lilian wanted to create an environment in which her employees, her team mates, could flourish. A space they would be proud to enter every day, one that would enhance the quality of both their professional and private lives. Quickly it became apparent that breaking down barriers and creating a community of multi-discipline, multi-functional spaces was the answer. Shang was born, not only a work place – but a live place.