Workspace Design Show

26 – 27 February 2025 | Business Design Centre, London

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Using Vectorworks, Alchemy Architects designed and delivered a custom design inspired by the weeHouse philosophy. This post will explore that project and how Building Information Modelling (BIM) is essential to the project’s success, how algorithms-aided design and the Marionette toolset in Vectorworks led to workflow efficiency, and how Alchemy leveraged Passivhaus principles to deliver a sustainable project with reduced costs.

Ojmar, the European Smart locks manufacturer, leads the way once again with the launch of the first battery-free electronic lock on the market. Engineered with cutting-edge technology, OTS20 Batteryless eliminates the need for batteries or wires, making it a truly innovative solution for corporate offices.

At Nebrak, sustainability is more than a principle—it's the bedrock of their workplace refreshment furniture solutions, guiding them from inception to completion. Every step of their production process, from their own factory in Devon, reflects an unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship, starting with initial surveys that optimise space to the planning of installation logistics.

Daisalux introduces its latest innovation: ATRIA AEX. This cutting-edge floodlight sets a new standard in exterior emergency lighting, offering a definitive solution for a wide range of outdoor applications. With its exceptional performance and compact design, ATRIA AEX delivers unmatched coverage over large areas.

Sustainability isn't just a trend; it's a necessity. Companies worldwide are re-evaluating their practices to align with eco-friendly principles, and LapSafe®, industry-leading experts in Smart Lockers and Storage and Charging Solutions, is leading the charge with its commitment to sustainability. At LapSafe®, environmental responsibility isn't an afterthought; it's ingrained in every aspect of their operations.

Today's workspaces are not just about ergonomic chairs and well-lit desks; they are about fostering a culture that enhances productivity, creativity, and well-being. This is where Cascando's genius lies, a company that has been complementing workspaces with smart, functional, and well-designed solutions for years, creating a positive office vibe that resonates through its innovative products.

CECOCECO's ArtMorph, an innovative luminous wall panel, integrates advanced lighting technology with aesthetic design, making significant strides toward sustainability in the design and architecture industry.

Another resounding success, the Workspace Design Show 2024, held at the Business Design Centre from February 27th to 28th, yet again gathered widespread acclaim. Now a firmly established part of the global workplace event calendar, Workspace Design Show made a triumphant return to London with a record number of visitors, breathtaking features and an events programme across the two days that really packed a punch.

In just a few days the eagerly-awaited Workspace Design Show, a leading trade show that brings together the UK workplace interiors community, will open its doors. Held at London’s Business Design Centre, handily placed in the heart of Islington, from 27-28 February 2024, the event offers attendees the chance to explore the latest industry trends, see the latest products, and find inspiration in the thought-provoking talks programmes.

This year’s edition of the Workspace Design Show (27-28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London) will once again present an impressive array of features, ranging from an immersive forest stage to an interactive lighting installation, which bring together some of the industry’s leading designers, architects and built environment partners. We’ve been given an exclusive early look at what we can expect to see at this year’s design extravaganza.

This year's edition of the Workspace Design Show (27 - 28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London), presents an impressive array of features. These bring together some of the industry’s leading designers, architects and built environment partners and range from an immersive forest stage to an interactive lighting installation. Altogether, 2024’s features represent an incredible spectacle for attendees of the Show, which has become a must-visit event for office interiors professionals since its inception in 2021.

This year's edition of theWorkspace Design Show(27-28 February 2024, Business Design Centre,London),presents an impressive array of features. These bring together some of the industry’sleading designers, architects and built environment partners and range from an immersive foreststage to an interactive lighting installation. Altogether,2024’s features represent an incrediblespectacle for attendees of the Show, which has become a must-visit event for office interiorsprofessionals since its inception in 2021.

WDS London Featured On SBID

This year’s edition of the Workspace Design Show (27 – 28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London), presents an impressive array of features. These bring together some of the industry’s leading designers, architects and built environment partners and range from an immersive forest stage to an interactive lighting installation. Altogether, 2024’s features represent an incredible spectacle for attendees of the Show, which has become a must-visit event for office interiors professionals since its inception in 2021.

This year’s edition of the Workspace Design Show (27 – 28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London), presents an impressive array of features. These bring together some of the industry’s leading designers, architects and built environment partners and range from an immersive forest stage to an interactive lighting installation. Altogether, 2024’s features represent an incredible spectacle for attendees of the Show, which has become a must-visit event for office interiors professionals since its inception in 2021.

As you navigate through the varied paths, you encounter different sculptural pieces created by Aectual, each one illustrating a delicate bloom, composed of recycled sustainable materials and textured 3D printed surfaces with accompanying organic biophilia provided by Vantage Spaces and Planteria, both experts in biophilic design & office planting.

Architectural, design and planning practice tp bennett is responsible for the design of the feature at the entrance to Workspace Design Show 2024. A series of elegant columns is arranged in a conceptual maze, serving as a symbolic representation of the intricate ecosystem of work life. Each column embodies the essence of ‘Bloom’ – another nod to the event’s theme.

Jason Bruges Studio presents two interactive lighting prototypes on the theme of ‘Living Workplace’. Each prototype is a 1:1 section of an existing, full-scale permanent artwork. The first prototype, called Energy Dynamics, originally developed for the Ukrainian energy company DTEK, uses technology for storytelling. The second prototype entitled The Experience Tunnel, was created for trading firm XTX Markets and introduces interaction to foster human connection and collaboration.

The flooring, supplied by Material Hangout and Mogu, known for its bio-based solutions, reinforces the Design Talks Lounge’s environmental ethos, with the furniture carefully selected from Andreu World, a firm renowned for its commitment to sustainability, with products made from biodegradable and compostable properties. To extend the life cycle and impact of the design of the feature, post-event will see the redistribution of the plants and furniture featured, while the fabric finds a second life in charity projects, ensuring a sustainable and waste-free approach.

Both the Occupiers Forum and the Sustainability Works sessions will be held in the Insights Lounge, designed exclusively by Lisa Pasi, graduate interior designer with international architects practice BDP. Also addressing the theme of, ‘Bloom’, Pasi’s concept will focus on the symbiotic relationship between man and nature. Hunters once again play a key role in terms of sourcing sustainable partners.

They stand tall and varied, representing the diversity of experiences and challenges often experienced in life and at the same time, the structures symbolize the growth, development and resilience of trees in a garden. As you navigate through the varied paths, you encounter different sculptural pieces created by Aectual, each one illustrating a delicate bloom, composed of recycled sustainable materials and textured 3D printed surfaces with accompanying organic biophilia provided by Vantage Spaces and Planteria, both experts in biophilic design & office planting.

Architectural, design and planning practice tp bennett is responsible for the design of the feature at the entrance to Workspace Design Show 2024. A series of elegant columns is arranged in a conceptual maze, serving as a symbolic representation of the intricate ecosystem of work life. Each column embodies the essence of ‘Bloom’ – another nod to the event’s theme.

This is complemented by a 66-metre custom printed fabric backdrop provided by Kvadrat, featuring a forest design and crafted by the incredibly skilled seamstresses at Waverley. The flooring, supplied by Material Hangout and Mogu, known for its bio-based solutions, reinforces the Design Talks Lounge’s environmental ethos, with the furniture carefully selected from Andreu World, a firm renowned for its commitment to sustainability, with products made from biodegradable and compostable properties. To extend the life cycle and impact of the design of the feature, post-event will see the redistribution of the plants and furniture featured, while the fabric finds a second life in charity projects, ensuring a sustainable and waste-free approach.

his engaging experience aims to shed light on and draw inspiration from nature, encouraging a positive perspective on the evolving worlds of work and life. Established and independent furniture consultants, Hunters, have partnered with sustainably-focussed firms to help bring this feature to life. Office plant suppliers Exubia plays a central role with eye-capturing biophilic design, seamlessly merging live planting with innovative moss elements.

Curated by Gensler, the design concept for the Design Talks Lounge at the Workspace Design Show 2024 delves into the overarching theme, ‘Bloom – Exploring the Thriving Ecosystem of Work Life’. This engaging experience aims to shed light on and draw inspiration from nature, encouraging a positive perspective on the evolving worlds of work and life.

This year’s edition of the Workspace Design Show brings together some of the industry’s leading designers, architects and built environment partners to showcase an impressive array of features from an immersive forest stage to an interactive lighting installation.

The speaker programme at Workspace Design Show (27-28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London) has been an integral part since the event’s inception in 2021 and this year is no exception with over 120 speakers featuring across four key elements of discourse.

Gensler will be designing the Design Talks Lounge, BDP will be curating the Insights Lounge, both of which will be sponsored by Hunters, and tp bennett will be responsible for creating an experiential entrance design.

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The organisers of the Workspace Design Show have unveiled exciting plans for the upcoming February event. This year, the show will revolve around the theme of Bloom: Exploring the thriving ecosystem of work life. One of the standout features will undoubtedly be the raft of collaborations with renowned architects’ practices, promising an unforgettable experience for attendees.

Workspace Design Show will return to London’s Business Design Centre for its eagerly awaited third UK edition from 27-28th February 2024.

This year's edition of the Workspace Design Show (27 - 28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London), presents an impressive array of features. These bring together some of the industry’s leading designers, architects and built environment partners and range from an immersive forest stage to an interactive lighting installation.

The upcoming Workspace Design Show in London, scheduled for 27 – 28 February, will be packed with insights and innovations on workplace interiors. Among the many speakers scheduled to attend is Elaine du Preez, Senior Manager of Workplace Design for EMEA at Salesforce. This article will explore Elaine’s approach to workplace design, highlighting how Salesforce is leading the way in creating office spaces that balance the need for quiet focus with the dynamic requirements of collaboration and connection.

The upcoming Workspace Design Show in London, scheduled for 27 – 28 February, will be packed with insights and innovations on workplace interiors. Among the many speakers scheduled to attend is Collin Burry, Principal at Gensler. This article will delve into Burry's forward-thinking ideas and the design trends he foresees for 2024, offering a glimpse into how workspaces can evolve to be more experiential, responsible, and inclusive in the years to come.

The upcoming Workspace Design Show in London, scheduled for 27 – 28 February, will be packed with insights and innovations on workplace interiors. Among the many speakers scheduled to attend is Ashton Holmes, Senior Project Designer at Peldon Rose. This article will delve into Ashton's vision of the future workplace, exploring how AI and thoughtful design can come together to create environments where people truly want to be.

The upcoming Workspace Design Show in London, scheduled for 27 – 28 February, will be packed with insights and innovations on workplace interiors. Among the many speakers scheduled to attend is Paula Rowntree, Head of Workplace Design at LLOYDS BANKING GROUP. In this article, we will delve into Rowntree’s approach to designing office spaces that not only meet the diverse needs of employees but also enhance their overall work experience, ensuring workplaces 'bloom' in these dynamic times.

The upcoming Workspace Design Show in London, scheduled for 27 – 28 February, will be packed with insights and innovations on workplace interiors. Among the many speakers scheduled to attend is James Saunders, Global Projects Director, Arcadis Consulting (UK) Limited. This article will explore Saunders' vision for the modern office, focusing on innovative solutions for focus spaces and the transformative concept of 'hotelification' in the workplace.

The upcoming Workspace Design Show in London, scheduled for 27 – 28 February, will be packed with insights and innovations on workplace interiors. Among the many speakers scheduled to attend is Steve Wright, Director of Workplace Design and Change Management at GSK. This article explores Wright’s approach to these challenges, shedding light on how employers can adapt and thrive in the evolving landscape of workplace design and culture.

Take collaboration to a new level with next generation AV technology in a mobile unit.

The upcoming Workspace Design Show in London, scheduled for 27 - 28 February, will be packed with insights and innovations on workplace interiors. Among the many speakers scheduled to attend is Bex Moorhouse, the founder of Invigorate Spaces. Read her perspectives on how modern offices are adapting to the evolving needs of the workforce.

The speaker programme at Workspace Design Show (27-28th February 2024, Business Design Centre, London) has been an integral part since the event’s inception in 2021 and this year is no exception with over 120 speakers featuring across four key elements of discourse.

The speaker programme at Workspace Design Show (27-28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London) has been an integral part since the event’s inception in 2021 and this year is no exception with over 120 speakers featuring across four key elements of discourse. The Workspace Design Talks programme, which will take place in a dedicated space, the Design Talks Lounge (bottom), designed by global design and architecture firm Gensler, will feature inspiring sessions from leading industry professionals over the event’s two days.

The speaker programme at Workspace Design Show (27 -28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London) has been an integral part since the event’s inception in 2021and this year is no exception with over 120 speakers featuring across four key elements of discourse.

The speaker programme at Workspace Design Show (27 – 28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London) has been an integral part since the event’s inception in 2021 and this year is no exception with over 120 speakers featuring across four key elements of discourse.

The Occupiers Forum, held on 28 February, is the complete ‘The View from HQ’. Located in the Insights Lounge, it will provide unique insights into what employers are doing to create an engaging workplace experience. The Forum’s speakers include Steve Wright, Director of Workplace Design & Change Management, GSK; Sarah Murdoch, Corporate Real Estate Director, Visa; Sue Glew, Programme Director, The Better Workplace Programme, BT and Kate Smith, Executive Director, Occupier Consulting UK, CBRE.

Sustainability Works returns for 2024 and is held on 27 February, once again bringing together a selection of key figures behind the workplace market’s leading sustainable initiatives and projects. Curated by Mick Jordan, Editor of Works magazine confirmed speakers include Golnaz Ighany, Sustainability Director, BDP; Gurvinder Khurana, Director, M Moser; Pernille Bonser, CEO, Resonate Interiors and Mario Viera, Head of Sustainability, Scott Brownrigg.

The Workspace Design Talks programme, which will take place in a dedicated space, the Design Talks Lounge, designed by global design and architecture firm Gensler, will feature inspiring sessions from leading industry professionals over the event’s two days. Speakers include Helen Berresford, Head of ID:SR, Sheppard Robson; Alan Bainbridge, Director of BBC Workplace; Naomi Sakamoto, Principal, Gensler; Matt Jackson, CEO, BDG architecture + design and Grant Kanik, Partner, Foster + Partners.

The speaker programme at Workspace Design Show (27 – 28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London) has been an integral part since the event’s inception in 2021 and this year is no exception with over 120 speakers featuring across four key elements of discourse.

Designing the perfect interior can be a daunting task. There are so many elements to consider, from the layout to the materials used. But with the Parametric Cabinet tool in Vectorworks 2024, creating your client’s dream space just got easier.

The intuitively designed LINAK Desk Panel DPI has been awarded a 2023 Red Dot Award in the “Product Design” category, with its innovative functionality and built-in anti-collision particularly impressing the jury.

Office brand Mute has expanded its workplace configuration system OmniRoom to include 17 designs for creating adaptable workspaces.

Industry-leading experts in Smart Lockers and Storage and Charging Solutions, LapSafe®, is set to exhibit a new Smart Locker range, named Sovran®. The Sovran® range has been designed to provide the convenience of modern technology in workspaces while enhancing security, utilising space, and supporting staff workflows.

The speaker programme at Workspace Design Show (27-28 February 2024, Business Design Centre, London) has been an integral part since the event’s inception in 2021 and this year is no exception with over 120 speakers featuring across four key elements of discourse.

Following on from successful shows in both the UK and the Netherlands this year, Workspace Design Show is pleased to announce the first names to be added to the speaker programme for its London 2024 show.

At the 2023 event, visitor numbers increased by an impressive 75% year on year with exhibitors from over 20 countries showcasing innovative and transformational workplace interiors products over the two days. Building on this success, over 75% of stand space is already booked for 2024.

Following on from successful shows in both the UK and the Netherlands this year, Workspace Design Show is pleased to announce the first names to be added to the speaker programme for its London 2024 show. Held from 27-28 February 2024 at the Business Design Centre, Islington, the event will feature an impressive mix of senior professionals from architects and designers to developers and end users, who will come together to discuss the most pressing issues facing the workplace design community now and into the future.

Workspace Design Show, the leading trade show bringing together the UK workplace design community, returns to London’s Business Design Centre for its eagerly awaited third UK edition from 27-28 February 2024. At the 2023 event, visitor number increased by an impressive 75 percent year on year with exhibitors from over 20 countries showcasing innovative and transformational workplace interiors products over the two days. Building on this success, over three quarters of stand space is already booked for 2024.

Following on from successful shows in both the UK and the Netherlands this year, Workspace Design Show is pleased to announce the first names to be added to the speaker programme for its London 2024 show.

Workspace Design Show, the leading trade show bringing together the UK workplace design community, returns to London’s Business Design Centre for its eagerly awaited third UK edition from 27-28 February 2024.

Workspace Design Show 2024 is an important addition to London's design calendar, attracting the region's top architects, designers, occupiers, developers, consultants, coworking companies, and fit-out companies.

The speaker programme will delve into the most urgent topics confronting the sector. These include The Holy Trinity of Culture, Space & Opportunity; Exploring the reality of neurodiversity, inclusivity and equality; AI or die? Using AI in workplace design to enhance creative output and generate innovative ideas; and Designing a workplace that meets cross generational needs.

Following on from successful shows in both the UK and the Netherlands this year, Workspace Design Show is pleased to announce the first names to be added to the speaker programme for its London 2024 show. Held from 27-28 February 2024 at the Business Design Centre, Islington, the event will feature an impressive mix of senior professionals from architects and designers to developers and end users, who will come together to discuss the most pressing issues facing the workplace design community now and into the future.

Confirmed speakers so far include Helen Berresford, Head of ID:SR, Sheppard Robson, Golnaz Ighany, Sustainability Director, BDP, Collin Burry, Design Principal, Gensler and Oliver Hall, Partner – Architecture and Sustainability at Make Architects. Representatives from occupiers include Louise Sheppard, UK Head of Workplace Services & Social Sustainability, Zurich and Sue Glew, Programme Director, The Better Workplace Programme, British Telecom, and Neil Usher, VP Places, Sage, with other highly-experienced industry professionals including Guzman de Yurza, Global Head of Workplace Strategy Capability, JLL and Sally Marshall, Director, Turner & Townsend.

Workspace Design Show, the leading trade show bringing together the UK workplace design community, returns to London’s Business Design Centre for its eagerly awaited third UK edition from 27-28 February 2024.

Workspace Design Show, the leading trade show bringing together the UK workplace design community, returns to London’s Business Design Centre for its eagerly awaited third UK edition from 27-28 February 2024.

Workspace Design Show, the leading trade show bringing together the UK workplace design community, returns to London’s Business Design Centre for its eagerly awaited third UK edition from 27-28 February 2024.

Workspace Design Show 2024 is an important addition to London's design calendar, attracting the region's top architects, designers, occupiers, developers, consultants, coworking companies and fit-out companies.

Offering Scotland’s built environment professionals an inspirational experience unlike any other, Material Source Studio Glasgow has opened its doors at 180 West George Street.

From catching the industry by surprise in the 1990s to igniting a global trend, here is how we helped change the office landscape. LINAK was the first to market with its revolutionary electric adjustable sit-stand desk concept.

In a groundbreaking development in the world of digital infrastructure, the London Borough of Havering is set to become the site of what is being touted as Europe's largest data center. The ambitious project, named the 'London Data Freeport', is a massive undertaking by the private sector developer, Digital Reef.

The Palace of Westminster, a beacon of democracy and history, is at a pivotal point where it requires urgent restoration and renewal to continue serving as the home of the UK Parliament. The Restoration and Renewal (R&R) programme, a critical initiative for the preservation of this historic structure, has seen significant developments recently.

Known for radical designs like the MAXXI art museum in Rome and the London Aquatics Centre, Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) faced a different type of challenge in overhauling its London headquarters. Instead of a new building, the world-leading architecture practice has renovated 101 Goswell Road, a former garment factory.

Deriving its name from the arrangement of leaves on a stem, Digital Phyllotaxy is a physical metaphor for a tree. Designed for Hankook Tire’s new headquarters in Pangyo, Seoul, the artwork is inspired by the vertical journey through the building and explores the idea of split-level experiences.

You might not be able to change a company culture overnight. But you can start your makeover with some new furniture and clever office design – and improve employees' creativity, productivity, teamwork, and overall well-being.

Logovisual has recently introduced the ThinkingWall® Acoustic Cupboard Combi, a versatile and innovative addition to modern workplaces. This new furniture piece combines multiple functions, catering to the dynamic needs of contemporary office environments.

Kettal's Eolias collection has been developed to seamlessly integrate into both outdoor and indoor settings. The collection distinguishes itself through its commitment to sustainability, utilizing a blend of natural and synthetic materials, including aluminium and wicker.

OJMAR has introduced a groundbreaking addition to the world of office and hybrid workspace security: the OCS Smart Lock. This advanced electronic lock represents a significant leap in locker security, offering both convenience and reliability.

The Lapala chair, designed by Lievore Altherr Molina, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Expormim, recognizing the chair's timeless appeal, revisited its first Lapala woven chair, a Mediterranean classic, originally designed in 1998.

Following on from successful shows in both the UK and the Netherlands this year, Workspace Design Show is pleased to announce the first names to be added to the speaker programme for its London 2024 show.

Workspace Design Show, the leading trade show bringing together the UK workplace design community, returns to London’s Business Design Centre for its eagerly awaited third UK edition from 27-28 February 2024.

CIBSE Build2Perform Live is back for its eighth edition, and this year's event promises to be an exceptional gathering of industry professionals, thought leaders, exhibitors, and emerging talents.

The FIS Innovation Awards are now open for entry, welcoming pioneers and visionaries from the Finishes and Interiors sector. The awards aim to recognize innovations that address industry needs and demonstrate evidence of adoption or planned use in commercial settings.

Oasis Plants transformed the entire floor of Globant Offices, enhancing its aesthetic appeal with a lush interior landscape and improving the workspace's flow. They opted for hydroculture plants throughout the project and skillfully created undulating mounds of LECA (Lightweight Expanded Clay Aggregate), covered with preserved flat and ball moss to create a more informal and inviting landscape.

The Oasis Plants team completed a stunning installation for Stevens & Bolton LLP in Surrey. Throughout the joinery and shelving planting, they incorporated hydroculture plants, while opting for replica foliage for high and ceiling raft plantings.

Element Four delivered the UK’s highest-scoring Fitwel Certified project two years in a row. Sustainability consultancy Element Four has achieved the Fitwel Best in Building Health Highest Scoring Project recognition for two years in a row.

CoLab is the outcome of Pearson Lloyd’s intensive project with Senator exploring emerging higher-education models and changing approaches to work. In collaboration with the Trent Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) at Nottingham Trent University, Pearson Lloyd identified the need for an informal, multi-modal and multi-posture tech-enabled learning space that we referred to as the ‘café classroom’.

Twenty years after Squire & Partners first worked on the building, the members’ Club and subsequent private HQ building has been transformed into 100,000 sq ft of prime multi-tenant workspace, with 10,000 sq ft of state-of-the-art amenities, wellness facilities and rooftop terrace.

In the age of hybrid working, what can be done to encourage people back into the office? With the draws of remote working discouraging workers from returning to more traditional approach to work, the workplace as we know it has changed forever. In an effort to combat this dwindling presence, a new concept was created by international real estate organisation Vastint and designed by turnerbates Design & Architecture.

Stansons unveils their new space that transcends the conventional concept of a showroom, offering much more than an elegant and sustainable display of products. Stansons has succeeded in creating a community of like-minded designers dedicated to crafting workspaces that prioritize people above all else.

This article highlights how Davidson, a leader in improving workplace performance, utilized Woven Image's EchoPanel® acoustic finishes to optimize their new office space in Brisbane, Australia.

22 Bishopsgate, the impressive tower designed by PLP Architecture in collaboration with AXA IM - Real Assets and Lipton Rogers Developments, has become an iconic landmark at the heart of the City of London's financial district.

MCM are proud to announce that Diageo’s Global HQ are WINNERS of a 2023 BCO Award for the Best ‘Fit Out of Workplace’.

Former RIBA president Jack Pringle’s new practice has completed its renovation of watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority’s Edinburgh offices, which are now a base for 200 staff.

In this article, the conversation between workplace design consultant Steve Brewer, Associate Director Mbali Chaise and Editor and Publisher Vanessa Champion at the Workspace Design Show is discussed.

“With the incredible turnout, WDS offers the chance to be on top of of the industry. Everyone is talking, learning and connecting.” Read the whole …

The international Silhouette Awards has announced the winners of its 2023 programme in a virtual celebration which took place on 1st March. The whole international lighting community was invited to join this momentous occasion, with many taking part in celebrating the winning Mentees and their Mentors.

"The show brings together striking features, a thought-provoking programme of talks featuring a whole host of speakers, from developers to architects and their blue-chip clients, along with accomplished exhibitors showcasing the latest workplace interiors innovations."

"The popular first-night Workspace Design Show party, sponsored by FUTURE Designs, also returns on the 27 February."

"On arrival, attendees will be met by the spectacular Destination Workplace Rebirth entrance, designed by the worldwide integrated architecture, design, planning, and consulting firm Gensler, along with design partners, AW Spaces, Acrylisize and Kvadrat."

"The four talks programmes that attendees can choose from are the Workspace Design Talks, bringing you insights on workplace strategy and design; FIS Conference, offering the latest from the finishes and interiors sector; The Occupiers Forum: The View from HQ, providing the perspectives from the all important Occupiers; and Sustainability Works, addressing the latest challenges in sustainability and ESG in our workplaces."

"Next week the Workspace Design Show returns for the highly anticipated showcase of upcoming workplace trends for 2023."

With only a few days until The Workspace Design Show returns to London’s Business Design Centre, on 27-28 February 2023, here is a taste of what to expect.

Preview in Workplace Insight

Our long-standing partners at Workplace Insight recently shared an in-depth preview of what's to come at Workspace Design Show 2023.

"LIFTD Design’s and Technogym’s expertise was pivotal to create Zone 10, a top-notch fitness & wellness centre for Warner Bros. Studios employees in Leavesden in Hertfordshire."

"Returning to Islington's Business Design Centre on 27-28 Febturary, the Workspace Design Show is back, with the 2023 theme of Designation Workplace: Places Where People Want to Be."

Building, Design & Construction Magazine recently featured a writeup about the up-coming 2023 edition of Workspace Design Show.

Thank you to the kind folks over at Refurb & Developer Update for featuring the 2023 edition of Workspace Design Show last month.

Our friends over at SpecFinish recently covered the 2023 edition of Workspace Design Show.

From acoustics to furniture to flooring and fabrics, Workspace Design Show is the perfect place to discover the workplace trends for 2023.

Thank you to our media partners over at Dezeen for their recent coverage of programme of talks.

Sustainability is at the forefront of almost all industries making it increasingly important that businesses understand how this agenda fits into the workplace and this is where the circular economy can play a part.

By Lewis Barker, Director of Workplace Services EMEA at ServiceNow.

Hear from a number of speakers appearing at Workspace Design Show 2023 in the seventh part of our new Speakers Q&A series.

Hear from a number of speakers appearing at Workspace Design Show 2023 in the sixth part of our new Speakers Q&A series.

Hear from a number of speakers appearing at Workspace Design Show 2023 in the fifth part of our new Speakers Q&A series.

Hear from a number of speakers appearing at Workspace Design Show 2023 in the fourth part of our new Speakers Q&A series.

Hear from a number of speakers appearing at Workspace Design Show 2023 in the third part of our new Speakers Q&A series.

Hear from a number of speakers appearing at Workspace Design Show 2023 in the second part of our new Speakers Q&A series.

Hear from a number of speakers appearing at Workspace Design Show 2023 in the first part of our new Speakers Q&A series.

Workspace Design Show returns for the second time, unveiling an exciting speaker line-up as part of its 2023 edition.

Our friends over at Workplace Insight recently published an article detailing the Workspace Design Show UK's 2023 speaker line-up.

Workspace Design Show will be taking place at the Business Design Centre, London, on 27-28 February, and is getting ready to host a whole range of creatives from the UK’s workplace industry.

Research shows Gen Z values being at work more than experienced counterparts, but they need the office to better fit their needs.

Ryan Anderson of MillerKnoll explores how and why the workplace is transforming to become what employees want it to be.

Porsche Italia recently opened its eighth Porsche Experience Center worldwide, the first in Italy and the largest on a global scale. The complex is located in Franciacorta, a scenic area of northern Italy known for its rolling hills covered with esteemed vineyards that have made the eponymous brand world famous.

Rosa Collet's Interior Design Studio transforms an industrial loft into collaborative offices for the technology company, Tpartner Network Services.

Due to rapid growth of the e-commerce team at this global sportswear company, Hollandse Nieuwe Architecture & Interior design were commissioned to re-design the 24.500 m2 office space.

March 2022 London; ‘Destination Workplace’ has been unveiled as the theme for the second edition of Workspace Design Show. Taking place at London’s Business Design Centre on 27-28 February 2023, Workspace Design Show will once again be bringing together the entire commercial interiors community to discover and discuss tomorrow’s workspaces.

Designers Mind Academy is Designers Mind’s brand new wellbeing coaching for organisations and individuals to create change and prioritise wellbeing within the industry.

We asked some of our speakers at the Workspace Design Talks to share their insights on what’s happening now and will be happening in the future of our Workspace industry.

Shining a light on emerging talent within the lighting industry, the international Silhouette Awards has revealed this year's winners during virtual winners' celebration which took place yesterday.

We're excited to start the new year with another glowing review, courtesy of In Magazine.

The Workspace Design Show saw over 2,500 people through the doors of Islington’s Business Design Centre at the inaugural Workspace Design Show to see the wealth of new products and leading edge discussions.

The first ‘real’ UK show since 2019 was held at The Business Design Centre on 4th and 5th November – and what an exciting event it was! Packed with enthusiastic attendees, the show floor was buzzing – and a series of ‘Expert Panel’ discussions gave us some real insights into the future of the office...

WDS featured in DesignCrucial

"The Workspace Design Show saw over 2,500 people through the doors of Islington’s Business Design Centre at the inaugural Workspace Design Show to see the wealth of new products and leading edge discussions. The event united industry colleagues with each other after a pandemic-induced hiatus of over eighteen months with an overall theme of ‘Redesigning tomorrow’s commercial interiors together’."

Facilitate Magazine recently covered one of the Workspace Design Talks, "Commercial Interior Designs to Inspire Creativity & Innovation", held on the first morning of the event.

Read what Alys Bryan, Editor at Design Insider, had to say about WDS 2021 in her full length review.

You might notice a live, brightly coloured feature as you explore the Workplace Design Show....

"The show brings together the latest products in the sector and celebrates the creativity of workplace design."

As the summer comes to an end and people return to their offices, what better time to look ahead to a show which will bring together the latest products in the sector, celebrating the creativity of workplace design."

"In less than two months, Workspace Design Show will open its doors, welcoming the commercial interiors community to discover and discuss tomorrow’s places of work at London’s Business Design Centre from 4-5 November 2021."

"The countdown is well underway... Workspace Design Show, taking place on 4th & 5th November at the Business Design Centre, London, is a must-attend event to discover what's next for the UK's commercial interiors market."

WDS featured in Archetect

hank you to our partners over at Archetect for featuring Workspace Design Show in issue 56.

Thanks to Mix Interiors for another article about the show.

Thanks to DesignCurial for our recent shout-out.

A big thanks to our partners over at Material Source for their recent article on the show.

Have you seen our most recent feature over at designerati's website?

Featuring: Paul Nulty, Nulty Lighting / Neale Smith, Foundry Lighting / Susan Lake, Susan Lake Lighting Design / Matt Waring, Editor at arc magazine

Check out our recent in-depth article over on Construction Update UK, detailing more about Workspace Design Show 2021.

Thank you to our partners over at Arc Magazine for including info about our up-coming Spotlight Series webinar.

We're excited to be featured in the latest issue of Mix Interiors magazine.

Thank you to our friends over to Architecture Magazine for their fantastic write-up about Workspace Design Show 2021 in their latest issue.

A massive congratulations to our Media Partners at designerati for achieving the amazing milestone with Designer magazine - their 250th issue!

Thanks to Workplace Insight for featuring our speaker lineup!

Thanks to the team over at Design Insider for publishing their recent write-up about Workspace Design Show!

Featuring: Natasha Bonugli, Global Principal, Design, Unispace / Stephen Philips, Associate Product Designer, Arup / Yorgo Lykouria, Creative Director & Founder, Rainlight / Collin Burry, Principal, Gensler / Daniel Gava, Brand Strategy Advisor, Architecture & Design Industry.

Thanks to Workplace Insight for featuring our speaker lineup!

In the first in a series of interviews with the fantastic workspace design professionals who will be speaking at Workspace Design Show in 2021, designerati recently sat down with Cristiano Testi, Principal Director at tp bennett.

Thanks you ADF for their detailed writeup of things to expect at Workspace Design Show 2021.

Curious to find out more about what you can expect from Workspace Design Show in 2021? Look no further than this article kindly featured on Building Construction Design.

We’re excited to share with you an insightful read courtesy of our very own Advisory Board member Joanna Knight and leading industry website, Insight. A …

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.

Our friends at Dexigner have published a post about Workspace Design Show over on their website. Read it by clicking here.

Our fantastic partners over at newdesign magazine spoke with some of our speakers and advisory board members about what to expect from the event. Read …

Thank you to another of our amazing partners, BOSS, for announcing Workspace Design Show to their audience. Read the full article over at the BOSS website …

We recently announced Hotel Designs as one of our key partners for the event. Read more about our partnership over at the Hotel Designs website …

Thank you to Dezeen for their promotion of the event – you can read the full article by clicking here.

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.

A huge thanks to Construction Update for featuring our event on their website.

A big thanks to our partners Workplace Insight for sharing a sneak preview of our event, written by Freddie Steele.

While leasing activity remains subdued, the investment market has picked up, with a strong fourth quarter expected.

The British Contract Furnishing Association represents a wide range of market sectors within the furnishing industry including: Office, Marie, Education, Healthcare and Hospitality.

Workspace Design Show is an exciting addition to the global design events calendar, launching on 21 January this year, with the inaugural edition taking place from 4-5 November 2021 at London’s Business Design Centre, at the heart of the UK’s commercial interiors community.

Member of the press? Want to cover WDS?

If you’re a member of the press interested in covering and attending the show, please contact press@workspaceshow.co.uk to receive the press pack resources and get your badge.