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Workspace Design Show triumphs again: Get ready for two spectacular 2025 shows in London and Amsterdam

Jun 27, 2024 | Public | 0 comments

Workspace Design Show continues to innovate, expanding its diverse portfolio of exhibitors for the London and Amsterdam 2025 shows, and will feature Umbrella Furniture as the lead partner for the talks areas at the 2025 London edition, designed by Gensler and Ryder Architecture.

Launched in 2021, Workspace Design Show is a firmly established highlight of the global workplace event calendar. Bringing together world-class design and manufacturing industry excellence, the 2025 editions, which take place in London (26 – 27 Feb) and Amsterdam (5 – 6 Nov), feature a stunning line-up of brands, including König + Neurath, Ahrend, Interface, Tarkett, Kettal, Bisley, and Interstuhl.

With 65 per cent of the floorplan sold out with a little over eight months until showtime, brands at the London Show include Swiss design heritage brand USM, global office furniture manufacturer Spacestor, leading contract furniture manufacturer Brunner, renowned Spanish brand Expormin and British manufacturer, Bisley, who has recently launched three new shades to complement their existing colour range of 37 finishes: a demonstration of their evolving diversity and commitment to offering choice.

As a platform leader in design knowledge exchange, Workspace Design Show is working with select industry leaders to form an exemplary expert advisory group. Bringing unique knowledge and expertise, the panel consists of Clare Bacchus, Global Lead at The Design House, Barclays; Collin Burry, Design Principal at Gensler; Allison English, Deputy CEO at Leesman; Gurvinder Khurana, Director at M Moser Associates; Matt Jackson, CEO at BDG architecture + design; Mark Simpson, Principal and Board Director at BDP; Dharshini Singh; Neil Usher, VP Places at Sage; and, Dominic Williams, Interior Director, Ryder Interiors.

Workspace Design Show in London 2024 welcomed over 4,500 workplace professionals from over 40 countries at the Business Design Centre between 27-28 February. Attendees explored the latest trends in office specification from furniture, lighting, flooring, and more, totalling over 500 different products.

Esha & Charlie Bark-Jones, Workspace Design Show founders, said: ‘We are proud to work with such an exemplary community of international design brands and industry experts across both our London and Amsterdam shows. Providing a world-class platform that brings industry experts together to exchange knowledge and connect, with the goal of transforming the employee experience in our workplaces. We are excited to see the 2025 content developing so well with such amazing partners and design content—watch this space!’


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