The London Net-Work
12thApril 2022, 6pm for 6.30pm start,
Bentley Systems (UK) Ltd. 20 Gracechurch Street, 9th Floor, London, EC3V 0BG.
Please note that this is an in-person only event
Please also look out for updates on the LCEC Networking Breakfast,
which will take place on the 26 April 2022
The pandemic has had a significant impact on all aspects of life, not least the interaction between the office and the workers. Our presenters for this event are Toni Riddiford and Nik Hoggarth.
Toni & Nik are senior associate architects at AJ100 top 10 architects Stride Treglown. they were co-authors of The London Net-Work and contributors to the NLA insight study WKR/LDN. Toni & Nik will present their research looking at how workspaces across London have adjusted to the COVID-19 pandemic and how they will need to adapt for the future. They will explore the emerging typologies of worker and workplaces
The evolution of the workplace has encountered a new paradigm shift. The popular statement “work is something you do, not a place you go” carries less currency when a recovery from the pandemic is on the horizon. It’s got to be both. Work is a thing you do in places that help you to do those things better. And if people are working in a certain place less than they used to, that place needs to evolve and become multi-functional to survive.
Toni leads commercial projects across the UK, drawing on her broader cross-sectional sector experience and working closely with clients and stakeholders to drive design quality and deliver highly effective solutions with positive impacts for immediate building users, as well as the wider context/community.
Toni is a current BCO NextGen committee member, Branch Vice Chair of Women in Property and previous NLA Expert Panellist for Work. She also enjoys supporting future members of the profession on the RIBA Student Mentoring Scheme.
Nik is motivated by perfecting the finer details of large projects, it must be the amateur furniture maker in him!
A Senior Associate Architect in our London studio, Nik works on both refurbishment and new build projects across a number of sectors including Workplace, Hotels, Schools and Residential. Nik is a deep thinker and, reflecting on his Hotels experience, proposed a series of initiatives for the post-COVID hospitality sector.
Nik was a Constructing Excellence SECBE – G4C Finalist 2021.
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