Workspace Design Show

26 – 27 February 2025 | Business Design Centre, London

Bringing together the UK's workplace design community

26 - 27 February 2025, Business Design Centre, London

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Crafting the future of workspaces: Workspace Design Show

The UK’s leading workspace interiors exhibition is set to take place from 26 – 27 February 2025 at the Business Design Centre in London.

Workspace Design Show is a must-addition to London’s design calendar, attended by the region’s top architects, designers, occupiers, developers, consultants, coworking companies, and fit-out companies. It’s the platform to explore workspace innovation, unveil the latest products, and ignite your creative spark through thought-provoking talks and immersive programs.

With a gathering of over 4,500 attendees, an awe-inspiring lineup of 120+ speakers, 500+ unique workplace products, and many exciting features and installations, the Workspace Design Show is an unmissable event.

Who visits Workspace Design Show?

Over 135+ speakers and four power-packed talks programs

  • Workspace Design Talks explores the latest trends and insights in workplace design, strategy and culture
  • Sustainability Works brings together a selection of key figures behind the workplace market’s leading sustainable initiatives and projects
  • Occupiers Forum provides ‘The View from HQ’ and insights into what employers are doing to create an engaging workplace experience.
  • FIS Conference offers a platform for the latest industry thinking from the finishes and interiors sector.

Event Highlights

Thought leadership from 135+ speakers

The conferences at Workspace Design Show offers a series of engaging and informative discussions that explore the latest trends, insights, and strategies in workplace design and culture.

Show entrance designed by tp bennett

The entrance feature was composed of elegant columns arranged in a conceptual maze that serves as a symbolic representation of the intricate ecosystem of work life.

Design Talks Lounge by Gensler

Curated by Gensler, the design concept for the Talks stage at the Workspace Design Show delved into the overarching theme, “Bloom – Exploring the Thriving Ecosystem of Work Life”.

Insights Lounge by BDP

BDP showcased its workplace innovations at the Workspace Design Show, with the Occupiers Forum Lounge designed exclusively by Interior Designer, Lisa Pasi.

FIS Innovation Awards

In partnership with the Workspace Design Show, the Finishes & Interiors Sector (FIS) presented the FIS Innovation Awards.

Workspace Design Show Party

This exclusive event provides the perfect opportunity for attendees to unwind, network, and celebrate.

Living Workplace by Jason Bruges Studio

Jason Bruges Studio presented two interactive lighting prototypes on the theme ‘living workplace’.

Recharge Lounge by M Moser Associates

The Recharge Lounge was a captivating oasis crafted by M Moser Associates, featuring Moroso’s exquisite pebble rubble range that transported visitors to a serene forestscape.

Moodboard Contest Area designed by MF Design Studio

Creating a unique scheme runs parallel with a blooming tree, MF Design Studio designed an environment for the mood board contest to engage participants, to experience the world of workplace design through a personal exploration of materials, textures and colours.

Discover the innovators at Workspace Design Show

Where creativity, functionality, and productivity converge to shape the future of work environments. This dynamic event brings together a curated selection of creative companies that are revolutionizing workspace design. Each participant is dedicated to transforming traditional offices into vibrant, flexible, and inspiring spaces that empower individuals and fuel collaboration.

Explore the participating companies below and get ready to be inspired by their innovative products, visionary concepts, and forward-thinking solutions.

See the 2023 highlights of Workspace Design Show Amsterdam

Workspace Design Show made its remarkable debut in Amsterdam on 11 – 12 October 2023, leaving a lasting impact. This two-day exhibition brought together industry leaders to discuss workspace interiors, revealing trends and opportunities. Brands like VEPA, Interface, Interstuhl, Kettal, Tarkett, Girsberger, and Vitra introduced new collections, sparking innovation.

With over 3,000 attendees and 90+ speakers, the show exceeded expectations, becoming an inspiring event of insights and ideas. Find out more about the next event in Amsterdam and watch the 2023 show highlights by visiting the show website.

View the show highlights
Be a Part of the Next Event

Workspace Design Show is attended every year by the industry’s topmost architects, designers, occupiers, corporate companies and end-users. By participating at the Workspace Design Show, you get the chance to do business directly with the UK’s workplace community. Join the mailing list now to stay updated on the latest events and industry news.

“I find the Workspace Design Show vital for staying informed on industry innovations, including new suppliers, products, materials, and finishes. It’s a hub for inspiring talks and a source of invaluable information and inspiration. I encourage professionals to attend for a burst of creativity and to discover unseen products in the market.”

Olivia Saxen, Workplace Design Lead, MYO for Landsec

“The Workspace Design
Show is significant for the UK, filling a long-missed gap for a workplace-centric event. It’s become a cornerstone for the industry, offering a comprehensive look at the supply chain, materials, products, and engaging speakers. This show is crucial for maintaining the UK’s vibrant workspace community.”

Matt Jackson, CEO of BDG architecture + design

“I have found the Workspace Design Show to be an invaluable platform. It allows us to showcase our recent product developments and solutions, directly engaging with industry professionals. The feedback and insights we gain from potential clients are immediate and enlightening. The
event has attracted a significant attendance, including both local and international customers and clients, highlighting its importance as a bustling hub for industry networking and exchange.”

Jose Hamp, Sales Director UK, Ireland, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, Modulyss

“The Workspace Design Show is indispensable, bringing together service providers and occupiers and fostering thought leadership. It’s an excellent platform for collaboration, sharing new ideas, and discussing industry challenges and opportunities.”

Sarah-Jane Osborne, Head of Workplace UK and Europe at Avison Young

“The Workspace Design Show is a dynamic gathering that unites professionals around the evolving landscape of workplace design. I have been visiting frequently and it has allowed me to witness its evolution and the growing interest in ‘planting’— an innovative aspect within work environments. This trend underscores the importance of staying abreast with what’s leading in workplace design thinking. The show’s diverse panel discussions, led by distinguished speakers on compelling topics, are particularly enriching. The Workspace Design Show also has comprehensive blend of exhibits spanning various office concepts beyond mere furniture, addressing workplace trends, sustainability, and tackling pressing industry challenges. It’s an invaluable platform for gaining insights, exploring innovative solutions, and engaging deeply with the current and future states of our sector.”

Lydia Randall, Director - Head of Sustainability at BDG architecture + design

“I have had the opportunity to speak on sustainability at the Workspace Design Show. This event is crucial for bringing together various facets of our industry, including furniture, new technological solutions, and notably, sustainability. I highly recommend the Workspace Design Show as a source of inspiration. It offers a chance to engage with influential speakers on intriguing subjects and to explore innovative furniture and design solutions within our field. It’s an ideal venue for professionals looking to be inspired by the latest trends and discussions.”

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