In a joint ‘hacknight’ at Wertheim Cologne, the furniture design company smow called in a team of architects and specialists to work together on future ideas for logistics, marketing and planning. Julia Erdmann had this to say: “Hack the future code!” She made it clear how important it is to not only work in networks, but also to think in them. This means recognising digital and analogue spaces in their multifunctionality and exploiting inherent synergies. Horizontal instead of vertical, colourful instead of monochrome, criss-cross instead of straight. The head is round so that thinking can change direction.