Time Kitchen is a studio for regenerative thinking.

Growth is born of disorientation. It should feel like walking out on a tidal flat at dusk, only to find, as the light goes and the tide comes in, that you have lost your sense of direction and stepped on something stinging.

When you’re looking for new direction, there’s nothing more powerful than getting lost. We can show you how.

Our preferred way of working is via retainer: an ongoing program of one-on-one conversation, crits, charrettes, and workshops. What we have to offer is not a product but a method. The best way to absorb this method is to practice it with us over time.

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Josh Berson is an anthropologist, novelist, and maker of procedural noise. He has held appointments at two Max Planck Institutes (Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and the History of Science) and the Berggruen Institute and is the author, among other things, of The Human Scaffold and The Meat Question. His advisory portfolio includes SAS, the Institute for the Future, Synapse Partners, Bang & Olufsen, and A.BCH.

Alex Booth is an unfoldment practitioner and strategic advisor. She studied the aesthetics of experience and identity at Harvard. Since then she has worked with Deloitte, Twilio, Morgan Stanley, Liberty Mutual, Novartis, and a variety of tech start-ups and organizational change/executive coaching consultancies.