Tickets for the Worklife Discussion Series, part of Sydney Indesign 2015, are now on sale!
July 8th, 2015
Join us at Sydney Indesign for our WorkLife seminar series. Our program of panel discussions will see thought leaders come together with the local design industry to share their insights on designing workplaces and provoke lively, intelligent debate around contemporary workplace design.
WorkLife speakers (clockwise from top left: Andrew Pettifer, Chip DeGrace, Gijs Noteboom, Carol-Ann Pickvance, David Rolls, Jacqui Esdaile)
Where – Galleria, 2 Locomotive Street, Eveleigh
When – Thursday, 13th August – 4:00pm
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When – Friday, 14th August – 4:00pm
Buy tickets to WorkLife at sydneyindesign.com.au/worklife
WorkLife is presented in partnership with our sponsors:
Dauphin, Herman Miller, Planex, SB Seating, Wilkhahn
and event hosts:
Café Culture + Insitu, Chairbiz, Herman Miller, iGuzzini, Interface, TCW, Wilkhahn and Zenith-Buzzispace.
With special thanks to our WorkLife speakers in 2015:
Andrew Pettifer (Arup), Carol-Ann Pickvance (hassell), Gijs Nooteboom (Veldhoen + Co), Scott Whittaker (dwp | suters), Nigel Hobbs (Welnis), Andrew Cortese (Grimshaw Architects), Max Davies (Audio Systems Logic), Chris Fields (Cundall Acoustics), Tim Carr (Arup), Gavin Harris (futurespace), James Calder (Calder Consultants), Chip DeGrace (Interface), Roy Green (UTS Business School), David Rolls (Mirvac), Jacqui Esdaile (Valmont), Samantha Giam (Herman Miller), Stephen Pearse (dwp | suters), Kellie Payne (Bates Smart), Jeremy Pollak (POMT), Peter McCamley (Incorp) and Joe Snell (Llight).
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