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Building on the success of last year’s event, Clerkenwell Open has introduced a one-off industry programme on 7-8 September.
Curated by Women in Office Design and Design Insider with support from the BCFA, the Trail will offer a series of informative and knowledge-based seminars and workshops across two days in September – bringing together leading figures from workplace and hospitality design to examine the trends and key issues affecting the commercial interiors industry.
The industry-led event will offer new opportunities for architects, designers, specifiers, dealers and end users to explore their abilities, mingle with like-minds and share industry knowledge and expertise.
“This second Clerkenwell OPEN builds on this with a greatly expanded seminar and workshop programme, which brings together the leading figures from workplace and hospitality design to examine the trends and key issues affecting our industry,” comments Jeremy Stein,MD, BCFA. “The mission of the Clerkenwell OPEN continues to be to inspire and energise the people and businesses in our sector and to ensure that the showrooms in Clerkenwell continue to flourish.”
“The success of last year’s Clerkenwell OPEN prompted us to make this into an annual knowledge sharing event, to celebrate our Work, our People and the Culture of the workplace design industry, adds Harsha Kotak, Founder, WOD (Women in Office Design). “The focus of our seminars will be on the key elements of ‘progress’ and ‘moving forward’ and therefore our core theme for CO this year is Sustainability and the Future of workplace design.”
Registrations are now OPEN for seminars and workshops. Book your FREE tickets here.
Find out more on the Clerkenwell OPEN website.
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