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Office Design: Inside and Out

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A Journey through the modern office

Wednesday 1st October 2008
Congress Centre, London, W1CB 3LS

From the building envelope to the design of the foyer, meeting rooms and workstations, successful office design brings challenges.

Attend this year's AR Office Design: inside and out conference and take a journey through the design of the modern office.

Leading architects, interior designers and consultants will explore office building design in its entirety - from how to ensure office buildings fit into the context of their urban landscape, to the interior design and architectural challenges of creating modern working environments.

In an uncertain economic climate the pressure to deliver new ideas and design solutions which meet the client brief is intensified. Architects, designers and interior designers need to respond to ever-changing client requirements and latest trends to optimise their office designs. Ensure you are at the cutting-edge of commercial design.

Key Discussion points include:

  • What's next for office design given the current economic climate?

  • Creating 'greener' office buildings

  • Understanding what owner-occupiers require from their working environments

  • How office furniture is responding to changing workforce needs

  • Giving existing workplaces a new lease of life

Contact Us
Tel: 0845 056 8069
E-mail: constructconferences@emap.com

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