I am an Architect, Researcher,
Author & Speaker.
On a mission to help organisations meet today's challenges at the intersection of People, Space & Technology.
I have dedicated my career to understanding the notion of work and uncovering environments that best support our working lives.
My interest in the relationship between People, Space and Technology led me to pursue a PhD on the "Evolution of workplace architecture as a consequence of technology development".
I have worked at leading design firms in Australia delivering workplace strategies and research insights around the world. My work has been presented at various international forums and a variety of industry and academic publications.
I am the research lead for workplace futures at the Centre for the New Workforce at Swinburne University, as well as an Honorary Fellow at the School of Management and Marketing at the University of Melbourne.
Soufflés, gymnasts & the workplace of the future
Good conversations about work and the workplace puts us on the right path to reach better work environments.
Dr. Chevez captivated our audiences in LA, San Francisco, and Melbourne where he challenged our assumptions about the workplace with his eloquence and passion. His ability to seamlessly blend personal anecdotes with academic research made his message relatable and compelling - everyone in attendance could grasp the significance of his message.