Continuing our series exploring the future of work with Work.Life, we will be learning about what makes a well-designed workspace.
YCN is partnering with Work.Life to host a series of roundtables exploring the future of work, discussing how we might evolve practice and culture to feel better and work smarter. Our first, at Work.Life Clerkenwell, focussed on Wellbeing.
In the second session of the series, hosted at Work.Life Bermondsey, we will be exploring how the design of workspaces affects the way we feel and the quality of our creative outputs. What makes a well-designed workspace? And can our working environment really make us happier and more productive?
We will be joined by David Kosky, Co-founder of Work.Life, who will share his experiences of commissioning the design of Work.Life spaces, some of the ideas behind their design decisions, and his thoughts on creating spaces for creativity to flourish. We will also be joined by Freddie Blacketts, Co-founder of Patch, a platform that helps people discover and buy plants for their homes and workspaces, who will be discussing the benefits of introducing plantlife to the work environment.
What we’ll cover:
. How can a well designed workspace benefit workers?
. What are the most important factors in creating spaces for creativity and collaboration?
. How does the introduction of plants improve workspace and productivity?
. What can other organisations learn from the design of co-working spaces?
We'll be curating a group of 8 people to join the table, with relevant interest and experiences to share. Do drop us a line if you'd like to come along.
Location:5 Tanner St,
London, SE1 3LE,
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Start:24th April, 2018 at 9:30am
End:24th April, 2018 at 11:00am