DSDHA director Deborah Saunt, will act as a judge for the AJ/Crown Estate Future Office competition, which aims to find innovative ideas for the office of the future.
Deborah will be joined by the Crown Estate’s James Cooksey and Jon Allgood, Despina Katsikakis of workplace consultant DELOS, and Nick Macrae of joint venture partner HOOPP (Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan). The jury will be chaired by AJ managing editor Will Hurst, and also includes AJ editorial director Paul Finch.
The AJ/Crown Estate Future Office contest is open to all UK-based architects. It asks entrants to consider how inspiring and effective workplaces will operate from 2020 onwards, based on changing ways of living and working, new technology and other factors such as traffic congestion and the impact of climate change.
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South Molton Street Shortlisted for Best New Place to Work AwardThe London Planning Awards has unveiled South Molton Street as one of the contenders for the Best New Place to Work Award. London Mayor, Boris Johnson, stated that these awards promote 'good quality planning to ensure London remains the best city in the world to live, work and visit.'Read more about the project here.Tags: South Molton Street awards London Planning London Planning Awards mixed-use residential work officesShare: