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AJ Designing Workplace Interiors

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Inspiring interiors to meet the requirements of tomorrow's offices

Thursday 26th June 2008
Cafe Royal, London, W1

www.ajworkplaceinteriors.co.uk

“The challenge is to make our future workplaces more effective, comfortable and sustainable for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.”(Helen Hamlyn Centre)

With organizations of all sizes now demanding flexible and varied office environments which reflect their image, brand and working ethos, interior designers must rise to the challenge of creating inspirational modern workplaces.

Whether you’re working on a financial institution’s interior re-design, or trying to create a distinctive working environment for a trendy media firm, issues such as digital technology, formal and informal workspaces, and sustainable materials all need careful consideration.

Do you want to be inspired by fellow practitioners in the field?

Designing Workplace Interiors is AJ’s inaugural conference in its newly launched Inspiration Series, covering a variety of interior design and trend issues. The event brings together key figures in interior design and workplace consultancy to explore the latest design trends and strategies being implemented in creating 21st century working environments.

Top five reasons to attend:

  • Explore how interior design can bridge the gap between varied working stylesand different age groups in the workplace

  • Examine the impact of evolving office technology on interior design

  • Hear how to adapt lighting design in order to meet the needs of changing working patterns

  • Discover the potential of green workplace interior design

  • Learn from detailed case studies addressing the interior design challenges of transforming a telecommunications firm and redesigning legal practices

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