What’s Next in Workspaces? Designing with Change Event

  • 19 Nov 2012
  • Architecture Schools Events Events mini
Courtesy of IE School of Architecture and Design

Taking place at RIBA in November 23rd, the What’s Next in Workspaces? Designing with Change event includes a round table discussion by leading voices in the field of workspace design who will present and discuss their ideas on the future of work environments. Without a doubt, now is a time when organizations, companies and firms from all over the globe are radically reconsidering the way they will work in the future, trying to adapt to the new situations and challenges that they are facing and will face in the new millennium. The event takes place from 3pm-6pm and is being put on by the IE School of Architecture and Design. More information after the break.

We are putting together some of the most relevant professionals involved in the world of world space design, covering a field that goes from the big firms that build workspace globally to smaller practices that are delivering state-of-the-art projects for innovative brands. These practitioners will be discussing topics on the future of work environments with world class academics belonging to renowned institutions like the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the Royal College of Art and the Academy of Urbanism.

The event will be conducted by Javier Quintana, Dean of the IE School of Architecture and Design, and Martha Thorne, Associate Dean for External Relations of the IE School of Architecture and Design and the Pritzker Architecture Prize Executive Director. The IE School of Architecture and Design is launching a masters program dedicated to workspace design with the strategic partnership of the Helen Hamlyn Centre at the Royal College of Art.

For more details and to register for the event, please visit here.

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