Newly launched Workspace Design Show to hold workspace lighting webinar on 7 July

(UK) – As part of the build-up to the first ever Workspace Design Show, to be held on 4-5 November at London’s Business Design Centre, event organisers are holding a series of design webinars.

The Spotlight Series covers various aspects of workspace design, such as sustainability, product design and lighting design.

The third instalment of the Spotlight Series, entitled ‘Light Your Space’, will be held on 7 July, and will discuss how lighting design can help to create effective and enjoyable workspaces.

Panelists for this session, which will be chaired by arc’s Matt Waring, include: Paul Nulty, Founder of Nulty lighting, Neale Smith, Director at Foundry Lighting, and Susan Lake, Design Director at Susan Lake Lighting Design.

Registration for the session is free – more information on how to register can be found here.

Alongside the Spotlight Series of talks in the lead up to the event, organisers of the Workspace Design Show are very excited about the top level experts and partners involved in the show. During the event, a series of Workspace Design Talks will include a host of well-respected voices from end-user clients, including: Robert McLean, Head of Real Estate & Design at PwC; Emily Harding, Workspace Design & Culture Lead at Aviva; and Alan Bainbridge, Head of Workplace and Corporate Real Estate at BBC.

International Furniture-led consultancy, The Furniture Practice, will be showcasing the latest high-end furnishings available from world-class brands such as Vitra, Gubi, Brunner and Andreu World, to create a stunning environment for the conference talks at the show.

Other brands on display at the Show include Buzzispace, Actiu, Dams Furniture, TC Office Group, Abstracta, Interface, Camira Fabrics, Mute, Kettal and IOC Project Partners.

Registration for the show will open in July. Those interested in attending can register interest to receive advanced notice on the limited number of free passes for trade visitors here.