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Workspace Design Show to showcase top workplace trends

24 January 2023

Taking place in London in February, it features an extensive exhibitor line-up...

The Workspace Design Show is the perfect place to discover the workplace trends for 2023. Taking place between 27- 28 February 2023 at London’s Business Design Centre, it features an extensive exhibitor line-up where the workplace interiors community can gather and celebrate the latest in office innovation. 

Exhibitors include furniture designer Pedrali, who will be exhibiting the multifunctional BuddyHub Desk, a functional and efficient workstation where users can concentrate and isolate, to partition open spaces and create collaborative and meeting areas. Spacestor will be launching their newest product development, Arcadia, a space-making toolkit for designers which brings the New Landscape for Work.

RS Barcelona will showcase other fully flexible products, among them its ‘you and me’ ping pong table which caters for the recent trend ‘microbreaks’ which are proven to increase productivity. With mental and physical well-being at the forefront of workplace design, Technogym will be showcasing elements of its product ecosystem: connected smart equipment for end-user access wellness. ‘Personal Line’, for example, was created using over three decades of biomechanical experience and feedback, combined with the design skills of iconic Italian designer Antonio Citterio.

Workspace Design Show has every surface covered from flooring to fabrics, which are increasingly used to define different spaces within an office floorplate. Addditonally, it will be showcasing a vast range of products that aid privacy and sound control. Among these are award winning firm The Meeting Pod Company, known for their commercial and domestic, indoor and outdoor meeting pods. 

The event will also host some of the industry’s leading architectural lighting specialists, demonstrating the move away from harsh office lighting towards more human-centric solutions. Collaborators include FUTURE Designs, sponsors of the bar area. This UK-based firm specialises in quality bespoke lighting solutions and has recently gained the Carbon Careful sustainable accreditation.   

A wide array of leading architects and designers will also be showcasing their perspectives on the latest workplace trends. A series of stunning features will be presented, including The REVIVAL Bar by Moser Associates; The Entrance ‘Destination Workplace Rebirth’ by Gensler, The Lounge: Change by Design, by BDP. All in all, it’s a show not to be missed! Find out more here -

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