Ever wondered why some firms invest more in their office design? Join us for breakfast to find out why, and discover what leading businesses are demanding from workplace design in 2019.

If you’re responsible for creating a workplace that attracts top talent and clients to your business, this is the breakfast event for you.

Hosted at King and Wood Mallesons brand-new office at 20 Fenchurch Street. KWM is one of the world’s most diverse law firms, with roots stemming from Hong Kong, London and Australia. Join us for breakfast to see how we made a space that worked for this diverse and international client.

What you can expect:

  • Business case drivers for investing in your workplace design.
  • The latest office design trends, supported by research with proven examples.
  • Why design is linked intrinsically to how people perform and feel in spaces.
  • Balancing budgets - spending wisely and how smart thinking can go a long way.
  • Co-working - it's not just tech start-ups taking advantage of this working style.
  • An interactive session that explores the latest office design trends.


The speakers

Morgan Lovell’s Head of Design, Paul Dare will share the latest in office design trends, debunking the gimmicks and shining a light on how leading brands are designing their offices today.

Meg Utterback, Partner at King & Wood Mallesons, will bring the process to life; discussing how their new workplace fits with their global brand, and is helping build their London offering.

Hannah Nardini, Managing Director of WKspace will bring clarity on how good design drives productivity, energy and has a positive impact on business.

Be sure to register for your place.

We can only accept 40 delegates for this event, so spaces are limited. Secure your place by registering your interest for a free place today.

Paul Dare, Head of Design
Meg Utterback, Partner - King & Wood Mallesons
Hannah Nardini, Managing Director - WKspace

King & Wood Mallesons, 11th Floor, 20 Fenchurch St, London, EC3M 3BY, United Kingdom

Tuesday, 2nd April 2019
8:00am - 10:00am

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