After the WORKTECH16 workspace seminars, pioneers Haworth hosted an intimate dinner for industry leaders to connect and continue their discussions about what the future brings for of workplace design.
October 7th, 2016
Throughout the day of WORKTECH16 Singapore on the 20th of September, the architecture and design community had the opportunity to take a step into the minds of some of the industry’s brightest and most innovative in workspace design. Covering rich topics such as the inevitable impact that artificial intelligence will have on the workplace and industry, as well as the evolution of the workplace experience and how this directly impacts the way we work, the seminars stimulated and inspired passionate discourse.
After the formalities of the day Haworth hosted a small dinner in their showroom, with esteemed guests surrounded by a number of ground-breaking workspace innovations including Patricia Urquiola’s Openest series, and Haworth’s new Fern Task chair. With the aim of encouraging continued discussion between industry leaders, Haworth’s guests revisited the topics of the WORKTECH16 seminars, including the relationship between workspace and wellness, and the relationship between the physical and digital worlds in the future over a sumptuous three course meal.
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