What’s next in workspaces? Designing with Change to be held at RIBA on 23 November

Madrid-based IE School of Architecture and Design is to host an engaging event at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London to discuss where the commercial sector is going. Entitled ‘What’s next in workspaces? Designing with Change?’ the event will be a conference in partnership with the Helen Hamlyn Centre at the Royal College of Art. The future of work environments is top of the list of issues to discuss at the conference on 23 November 2012 and the IE School of Architecture have secured the following high-profile speakers for the day:

- Verda Alexander, Principal at Studio O+A (in charge of workspaces at facebook, Microsoft, Aol, Yelp, Samsung
- John Worthington, DEGW, Co-Founder Academy of Urbanism, Director
- Philip Tidd, Head of Consulting, EMEA, Gensler
- Simon Jordan Jump Studios, Managing Director
- Jeremy Myerson Helen Hamlyn Centre Chair of Design, Royal College of Art, London
- Javier Quintana, Dean at IE School of Architecture and Design
- Martha Thorne, Associate Dean at IE School of Architecture and Design and Executive Director of the Prizker Prize

The conference will be 3pm-6pm on 23 November 2012 in the Lasdun Room of the RIBA at 66 Portland Place, London. Register now by contacting

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