September 27
7:30 am - 10:30 am

London’s Big Office Bash

Despite falling demand and lower rental values, and a reduction in construction commitments over the next two years, the London market remains surprisingly robust. While London’s market is experiencing many challenges due to Brexit’s repercussions, the city’s long term status as one of the world’s best places to work, play and live is helping to stave off a major contraction.

Hear from real estate development thought leaders who are finding innovative ways to redefine the office landscape and bringing the workplace of the future to the people of London. Speakers will discuss where and what the office of the future is going to be and how it will attract future tenants. They will also delve into office investments, submarket growth, design, wellness standards, and community revitalisation.

Speakers include:

Space as a Service

Ron Bakker, PLP Architecture

Charlie Green, Co-CEO, The Office Group

Helen Causer, Sr. Project Director, Argent

Cal Lee, Founder, Workthere

Kevin Chapman, Director of Offices Origination, Lendlease

Investing in Office

Gerald Kaye, CEO, Helical

John Burns, CEO, Derwent London

Howard Freedman, Head of Real Estate and Construction, RSM

Work Life Blur

Angie Lee, Senior Principal, Sector Leader – Workplace, Stantec Limited

Despina Katsikakis, Workplace Transformation Expert, Independent Consultant

Ben Munn, Managing Director, The Instant Group

Patrick Stewart-Blacker, Principal Consultant, PTS Consulting

Special Presentation

Clare Thomas, Partner/ Real Estate, CMS Law






From £79


7:30 - 10:30





Location: The Royal Institution, London

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A Smarter City

The City of London Corporation’s Future City Initiative celebrating its global competition standing and driving economic growth.

April 28 - December 16

The City Centre, Guildhall, London

La Biennale di Venezia: VIVA ARTE VIVA

The 57th International Art Exhibition will take place May 13th to November 26th 2017.

May 13 - November 26

Giardini and Arsenale, Venice

The Glass Chain: A Project by Space Popular

Emerging architecture and research practice Space Popular make their UK debut with an installation for Sto Werkstatt’s gallery space. The Glass Chain explores an alternative future for glass in architecture inspired by the legacy of the infamous Glass Chain Letters (1919-1920).

June 16 - December 14

The Werkstatt, London

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