• 27 September 2018

Traditional offices facing extinction in co-working boom?

Waterman, CORE, Fletcher Priest and Synapsys Solutions shed light on how we should evolve contemporary office design in an up-coming panel debate.

The panel promises to give a fascinating insight into how they are challenging the conventions of traditional design techniques, alongside an expert view of future trends for the capital’s developing commercial landscape at Bisnow’s ‘London Building for the Future’ event.

Waterman’s Director Mark Terndrup takes to the stage alongside David Hutton of CORE, Tim Barnes of Synapsys Solutions and Francesca Gernone of Fletcher Priest Architects. They give their view on the way co-working is changing the traditional design of office space, and how SMART technology will be utilised to deliver maximum efficiency in these facilities.

To hear the panel’s thoughts on ‘Designing from the inside-out – Smart Buildings and the Co-working revolution’, join the breakfast event on Wednesday 3rd October 2018 at U&I on Howick Place in London.

For more information about the event, please click here.

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