When you’re just starting out, the world of work can seem like a pretty ambiguous space. Where is the work happening? And how? Well, designers and co-founders of studio School, Andrew Herzog and Nicky Tesla, were equally curious about what it’s like to work inside some of the world’s most interesting studios. Which is why they’re launching Public Works – a project that broadcasts monthly livestreams of different working environments, in the hope of gleaning valuable insight into a variety of studio cultures. They’re kicking things off with a live-stream of Food, a New York-based environmental design studio, that lists clients and collaborators such as Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, Virgil Abloh and Off-White, MoMA, Nike, Adidas and Yeezy. We spoke to Andrew to find out more about the thinking behind the project and what this level of transparency has to offer emerging creatives.