Over the last 10 years the number of co-working spaces has grown exponentially and radically changed the commercial landscape; their success built on the principles of workplace wellbeing and employee choice.
As broader commercial design reacts to this influence, we look at how co-working ideologies can directly influence workplace wellbeing, how they can still improve, and what the next big influence on workspace design might be.
- Johannes Karlström, interior architect at Note Design Studio, Stockholm, architects of Summit House
- Bertie van Wyk, workplace specialist for Herman Miller Insight Group
- Nic Pryke, creative director of Oktra
- Chair: Vanessa Norwood, Building Centre
The event is free to attend, but registration is essential.
As this is a joint event between Dyson and the Building Centre, your booking information will be provided to both parties. Your email address will not be shared.
This is event is part of the ‘The Dyson Design Series’, an exhibition and public programme of events curated by Dyson and the Building Centre exhibitions team.