meaning that there is little to anchor us to a specific location, or indeed time.
The Design Studio of the Future
Jeanne Charbit Dunoyer

Interesting you draw this particular conclusion. It perhaps fits with the often present brief of designers that they can do everything everywhere, but you could also draw a different conclusion: as a studio you should focus on the locations and cultures you are familiar with because only then, you can take context seriously and benefit truly from it. If a context is unfamiliar to your studio, you can collaborate with a studio or people who *are* familiar with that context. As a result the studio of the future is more and more dependent on the relations it can build with peers elsewhere.