An AT Schüco webinar exploring how buildings can be designed to respond more positively to environmental, economic and social change is taking place on Wednesday 26 May.

In association with


White Collar Factory, London, designed by AHMM (ph: Timothy Soar)

How has the pandemic challenged our preconceptions about the office as a distinct building type and blurred the boundaries between professional and private life? In this forthcoming AT webinar, in partnership with Schüco, three key speakers will explore how we can design our building stock to respond to changes and accept the fact that the only thing that is certain is change itself.

Despina Katsikakis, executive partner and global head of total workplace at Cushman & Wakefield will explore the future of the office, drawing on findings from the company’s recent report on workplace ecosystems.

Philip Turner, director at AHMM, will discuss how recent projects, such as the White Collar Factory, Television Centre and the Post Building, employ a long-life, loose-fit and low-carbon approach to design as a means of anticipating and adapting to future needs.

Matthew Dearlove, head of design at Knight Dragon Developments, will explore the process of creating a new neighbourhood for the creative industries at Greenwich Peninsula, and how the project has responded to the pandemic.

Registration Information
Register here to join our live webinar at 10.00am on Wednesday 26 May.