Healthy Workplace Event explores: Did you know that 54% of people worldwide now live in cities, which is up from 30% in 1950 and 5% 200 years ago? Forecasts estimate that by 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in cities – it’s extraordinary to think 3 million people are moving to cities every week.
This represents mass urban migration on an unprecedented scale, with the principle driving incentive being economic opportunity, and the pull of work.
At a time of growing debate about the need for more equitable, healthy and more sustainable responses to changes in the way people live, work, rest and play, this interactive panel session (hosted in London by knowledge sponsors Herman Miller) will explore how a revolution in “work and workplace” in the city needs to respond to citizen and worker’s fundamental human needs.
Cities must be designed to support active lifestyles and wellness, whilst catalysing a sense of belonging and purpose.
This important event’s organisers believe cities must be designed to support active lifestyles and wellness, whilst catalysing a sense of belonging and purpose, and performance.
This interactive panel and networking event is being held in collaboration with 2nd Healthy City Design 2018 International Congress, organised at the Royal College of Physicians, from 15-16th October by SALUS Global Knowledge Exchange and the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art.
The evening will include a panel discussion chaired by Prof Jeremy Myerson, Helen Hamlyn Chair of Design, the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art.
- Joyce Chan, Head of sustainable design, architecture and sustainability, HOK Architects
- Christine Hancock, Director, C3 Collaborating for Health, UK
- Doug Shaw, Consulting Artist and People and Organisational Development Consultant
- Mark Catchlove, Insight Group Director – Herman Miller
- 18th September 2018 / Herman Miller Ltd – National Design Centre, London.
- 6.00pm Arrival – drinks and networking
- 6.30pm Panellists Presentations
- 7.00pm Interactive session
- 7.30pm Drinks and Networking
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