Registration now open: Workspace Design Show

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    Registration now open: Workspace Design Show

    Innovative commercial interiors event, Workspace Design Show, will debut on November 4 – 5 at Business Design Centre. Here’s what we’re looking forward to…

    Registration has opened for the inaugural Workspace Design Show, which will take place over November 4 – 5 this year at London’s Business Design Centre.

    International Furniture Specialist, The Furniture Practice will be showcasing the latest high-end furnishings available from world-class brands such as Vitra, Gubi, Brunner and Andreu World, to create a stunning environment for the conference talks at the show.

    Other leading brands on display at the Show include Buzzispace, Actiu, Dams Furniture, TC Office Group, Abstracta, Interface, Camira Fabrics, Mute, Kettal, IOC Project Partners and many more.

    Workspace Design Show is excited about the top-level experts and partners involved in the show. The anticipation continues further with the announcement of a series of well-respected voices from end-user clients at the Workspace Design Talks, including:

    • Robert McLean, Head of Real Estate & Design at PwC
    • Emily Harding, Workplace Design & Culture Lead at Aviva
    • Alan Bainbridge, Head of Workplace & Corporate Real Estate at BBC

    In the build up to the event, Stephen Guy, Chief Integration Officer and Chief of Staff at McCann World Group said: “This is a great opportunity to hear from a broad and diverse group of workplace industry leaders to inspire a new sense of place for greater collaboration, connection and creativity.”

    Matt Waring, Editor of arc magazine, one of the world’s leading publications for lighting design in architecture, recently chaired the third instalment of the ‘Spotlight Series,’ a webinar programme created by the team at Workspace Design Show. On why lighting should be focused on, Waring said: “For too long, workspaces have fallen victim to drab, uninspiring, uniform lighting, which can seriously impact our productivity and wellbeing. We spend almost a third of our lifetimes at work, so it’s essential that our workspaces are designed to be comfortable and enjoyable places to work, and lighting forms an integral part of that.”

    During the ‘Light Your Space’ session, the panellists, a team of industry specialists, raised some interesting points for discussion, ranging from the new working office to lighting your home office, as well as discussing how the lighting industry can do more than just simply produce products.

    Panellists included:

    • Paul Nulty, Founder of Nulty Lighting
    • Rebecca Hodge, Senior Lighting Designer at Foundry Lighting
    • Susan Lake, Design Director at Susan Lake Lighting Design

    Main image credit: Workspace Design Show

    Hamish Kilburn / 05.08.2021


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