4th & 5th November, 2021 - Business Design Centre, London
"RE-DESIGNING TOMORROW'S COMMERCIAL INTERIORS TOGETHER"
The UK’s only exhibition focussed purely on Workspace Design, including the latest thought leadership from the country’s top architects, designers & corporates. Featuring speakers from:
tp bennett, KKS Savills, Unispace, BBC, Foundry Lighting, MF Design Studio, Gensler, Perkins & Will, BDG architecture + design, Grimshaw Architects, Leesman, Reardon Smith, RIT Interior Design, Areen Design, Arup, GoSpace AI, Pitman Tozer Architects, 3equals1design UK, Susan Lake Lighting Design, Rainlight, Holland Harvey Architects, DThree Studio, Aviva, The Lighting Industry Association, Allen International, Oktra, PwC, McCann Worldgroup, Barclays, The Office Group and many more…
The UK's Commercial Interiors Event
Workspace Show brings together the entire commercial interiors community to discover and discuss tomorrow’s workspaces.
What will shape tomorrow’s workspace? Now more than ever, the future is based on togetherness, collaboration, and the spirit of cooperation.
Workspaces need to create environments that foster creativity and innovation, while also being agile for the flexible working models that people require.
Architects & Designers Night
An exclusive gathering of the UK’s leading figures in commercial A & D, allowing the Stella, Shiraz & Singapore Slings to fuel 2022’s new ideas and designs!
Trends Tour will be led by a media expert, who will visit selected exhibition stands to focus on the latest trends and innovations in workspace interiors. The media expert will conduct recorded interviews with the exhibitors and awards will be given to the selected exhibitors at the Architects & Designers Evening.
A chance to see how the post pandemic workspace world is re-designing co-working spaces, allowing employees from all kinds of companies to use shared working spaces and meeting rooms. Co-working spaces have transformed working models in recent years, and our new world is leading to even more innovations.
The Lighting Zone
One of the most stunning features at the event, showcasing an architectural lighting show representing top lighting brands as part of the live display. This feature focuses on educating our visitors on the importance of lighting in the office environment and its reflection on employee mood and productivity.
The pandemic has led to an increased demand for products that allow Home Working to be done in a comfortable environment. Hybrid working models are likely to be here in the longer term, and employers have started investing in products that improve wellbeing as well as fit in with residential designs.
Workspace Design Competition
Another amazing interactive experience. Participants include
retailers, designers and architects who get the chance to design offices
Featuring: Georgia Elliott-Smith, UN Special Junior Envoy for Youth & the Environment & Managing Director at Element 4 Group / Kate Vine, Principal at Perkins & Will / Cheré Falconer, Design Director at Oktra / May Fawzy, Founder at MF Design Studio.
Featuring: Colin Macgadie, Chief Creative Officer at BDG Architecture & Design / Neil Usher, Chief Workspace & Design Strategist at GoSpace AI / Charlie Green, Co-CEO & Co-Founder at The Office Group.
Join the Workspace Revolution
Exhibit & Sponsor
With over 3,000 attendees from within the Workspace Design sector, don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to showcase your brand and the solutions you offer.
“I am excited for the opportunity to come together with like-minded professionals, all sharing a common ambition – to improve how we are working and the work environments that contribute so significantly to that.”
“To design a workspace where users spend at least eight hours daily equals designing a third of people’s lives. In times like these more than ever, designers will challenge themselves to show unparalleled innovation and creativity for the users’ wellbeing. This show is the ideal place for us to find that inspiration.”
“I’m looking forward to seeing and discussing how technology has accelerated changes to the way we work and how that is influencing how we redesign workspaces for the future. How the new workplace will need to offer more to attract people to come together into the same physical space to collaborate.”
“Design Brands can’t wait to be able to exhibit their newest collections, especially to a qualified audience such as the UK A&D community. The Workspace Show is without a doubt the perfect opportunity to finally bring together again the best of the best of both worlds.”
“2020 has accelerated our ability to adapt and change as both the users of, and those charged with designing, spaces. I can see a real opportunity here to draw on the innovations we’ve seen across different sectors to deliver a truly hybrid working environment which is no longer tethered to its location, but to its subject. The Workspace Show is the perfect territory for this exploration.“
“2020 was a catalyst for epic change in the world of work, the Workspace Show 2021 will be an amazing opportunity to see what’s next and explore how the workplace will continue to evolve.”
“Workspace Show is a truly innovative model and a great opportunity to interact and hear from industry leading figures whilst experiencing the best quality products and solutions.”
“The Workspace Show offers a great opportunity to share new ideas and thinking with the workplace and design community. We’re all going to need as much of that as possible!”
“After many moths of working from home and uncertainty of what the workplace of the future will be; I expect to see a great collaboration event that brings together various parties from the workplace sector to discuss the future of the workplace showcasing great products, exciting topics and talks.”
“This is a challenging but exciting time to see how we, as designers can shape the new way of working and the future of office workspaces. I cannot wait to see what new innovations and creative solutions come to light.”
“I look forward to seeing the latest innovations and thought leadership around the future of workspace experience. To learn how the brightest design talent, manufactures and strategists are shaping and equipping the workspace of tomorrow for success today.”
“I’m looking forward to what Workspace Show offers within products and ideas to challenge us designers & suppliers to up our game for the future market.”
“At Workspace Show, I am hoping to see how the emerging trends for home and flexible working are effecting the design approach of workspaces and the products within them.”
“The COVID pandemic has crystallised the importance of health and wellbeing for workspace design. Workspace Show is a great opportunity to reconnect with friends and peers in the industry and learn about technological innovations.”
“In this period unprecedented and rapid change, it will be fascinating to imagine how the future workspace will evolve.”
“In these challenging times, Dthree Studio and the design and build (D&B) industry have demonstrated flexibility and ingenuity, and the power of creative design. At the Workspace Show, I am looking forward to discussing key trends that have emerged from the last year and those that will continue to influence the D&B industry as we emerge from the pandemic.”
“The Workspace Show offers the opportunity to champion new developments within this innovative market and showcase the evolution of the workplace within the post-pandemic era. As well as design and planning principles, the event can highlight the practical application of furniture solutions to create highly versatile environments with a focus on sustainability.”
“After almost a year of not being able to come together as an industry, I am looking forward to discussing how the world of work has changed forever, seeing all of the new products and materials that have been developed, and connecting with other creatives socially.”
“It’s important to take a holistic view of the workplace: the built environment is one enabler. Having open conversations allows us to understand how we worked, what didn’t work and challenge how we could work – building a picture of what we need to deliver to evolve the workplace.”