Morgan Lovell will share their theory on the importance of in-between spaces when designing workplaces, what we can learn from urban design’s use of these spaces, and how, by focusing on these spaces, we can increase staff engagement and productivity.

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Agenda

Nick Searl, Partner at Argent LLP (Developer of the 87 acres at King’s Cross, including Google UK’s headquarters)

Nick will provide insight into what influenced the design decisions for the 87 acres at King’s Cross and why the in-between spaces were integral to the planning.

Simon Allford, Director at Allford, Hall, Monaghan and Morris (Architect for Google UK’s headquarters)

Simon, will be sharing the architects view on designing a flexible, productive and healthy working environment for Google UK and how the design of the in-between spaces helped achieve this.

Panel discussion

  • Joe Borrett, Director of Real Estate and Construction at Google UK
  • Nick Searl, Partner at Argent LLP
  • Simon Allford, Director at Allford, Hall, Monaghan and Morris

What you will you learn?

  • Learn how aspects of urban design can benefit workplace design
  • Discover how the in-between spaces were integral to the redevelopment of King’s Cross and the design of Google UK’s headquarters
  • Gain insight into how making in-between spaces a focus of your workplace design can increase creativity, productivity and define your company culture.
  • A chance to network with other attendees

30 Euston Square, London, NW1 2FB, United Kingdom

Tuesday, 24th February 2015
5:30pm - 7:30pm

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