|Date & Time:||January 29, 2014 6:00 pm||Add to Calendar (.ics)|
|Venue:||The Macquarie Group|
Rapid technological changes are combining with fast-moving shifts in the expectations of skilled workers regarding their place of work; and an office development project commencing today may only be occupied for 5 to 10 years or so, by a company which may not even exist yet.
How will these changes affect the way we design, develop, finance and let offices?
A panel of thought leaders from across the industry will engage in a lively and stimulating debate, taking place in one of London’s best examples of office buildings in recent years.
Macquarie occupies 217,500 square feet on six floors in the 20-storey building. The space, designed by Clive Wilkinson & Associates, makes use of bright colour combined with the all-white inner structure. The centre piece is the open atrium where the bright red steel staircase and upper-level steel catwalks link the various floors in a visually stunning way and is the focal point of the entire space symbolizing openness, connectedness and transparency.
Clive Wilkinson – Principal Clive Wilkinson Architects
Harry Badham – UK Head of Development, AXA Real Estate
Simon Berrill – Macquarie
George Roberts – Head of London Occupier Representation, C & W
John Worthington – Principal, DEGW
Juliette (Morgan) John – Head of Property, Tech City
Rachel Cadey – Managing Director, Edge Design
Moderator – Lee Mallett
Price including refreshments:
CULS members £42 – Non-members £50 –
(New members joining prior are entitled to a free ticket)