'Core Principles' extends upon 20th and 21st century mentalities to speculate on the economies of the 25th Century. 'Core-Principles' positions scientific management as the spiritual blueprint for a society based on an ideology of efficiency.
The Core Principles are derived from the work of Frank and Lillian Gilbreth, contemporaries of Frederick Winslow Taylor. In 1911 they published a book titled 'Motion study: A method for increasing the efficiency of the workman'. Their book contains '12 variables of motion’; a set of principles designed to optimise the bodily movements of workers and maximise their productivity. 'Core-Principles' envisions a global economy based on the Gilbreth's 12 variables.
Site - Thomas Smith
Music - Utility
3D (Automaticity) - Jon Watts
12 Variables of motion:
3. Foot-pounds of work accomplished
7. Inertia and momentum overcome
11. Playing for Position