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Thursday
May292014

Boss Design Group Product Showcase

 Join us as our friends at Boss Design Group and Kvadrat showcase their new product launches from Clerkenwell Design Week.

Date: Tuesday 3rd June

Time: 3.30pm - 8pm

Location: Workpattern, 5 Queen Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3UG

 The first 20 people to attend the showcase will receive a wristband to attend a cocktail making class at Bar Livello after the event.

 Please RSVP to camos@boss-design.co.uk

 

Wednesday
Mar052014

An Evening With SBID 

We are delighted to play hosts for SBID's first such event in Newcastle and as always we hope you will be able to join us to welcome the guys to the North East and engauage in some good old chat and a few beers.

The Society of British and International Design is on tour across the UK.

First stop: Newcastle, one of the most vibrant cities in the country and home to some very creative and innovative designers, architects and product manufacturers.

Take this opportunity to meet with your design industry peersextend your network and open up more commercial opportunities

for your business.

SBID will be in Newcastle on the 20th of March from 6pm to 9pm at the Workpattern showroom. 5 Queen Street, Newcastle, NE1 3UG

RSVP to admin@sbid.org  

Wednesday
Nov132013

Workpattern is Deadgood!

Workpattern is Deadgood! 

Deadgood are an independent company who have gained a reputation for designing and supplying their own brand of Modern British Furniture to some of the most creative and forward thinking companies in the UK and beyond.

In their short existence they are exceptionally proud to have supplied WahacaGiraffeYo Sushi,StarbucksM&S and ASK restaurants and cafés; recent workplace developments for the BBC,PhilipsErnst & YoungGoogleAmazonOwners DirectYou TubeTelefonicaImperial Tobacco and Red Bull; and a host of education projects for Holland Park School, the National GalleryNorthumbriaReading and Manchester University sites to name a few. 

For one week only a snapshot of their current collection of loose furniture and decorative lighting will be on show at Workpattern on Queen Street, Newcastle upon Tyne. 

We'd love it if you could join us for a catch up over a few beers on Thursday 28th November from 5pm onwards.

Please RSVP here

Find us here:

Workpattern, 5 Queen Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3UG.


Thursday 28th November 5pm onwards. 

Friday 29th November - Friday 6th December 10am - 5pm (closed on Saturday/Sunday). 

 

Thursday
Mar282013

Orangebox Roadshow and Workplace Habitat

We are delighted to welcome Orangebox back to the North East for their 2013 Road Show.

On 25 April Workpattern will hand over its space to Orangebox to showcase its latest products, in addition Nathan Hurley will present the findings of his book 'Workplace Habitat' which is a report into the changing Uk workplace through six key industries.

Hope you can Join us at either of Nathan's presentations (12.30-1.30 and 6-7pm) alternatively feel free to call by any time between 12 and 8pm to see the new ranges and join us for a glass or two.

Would be very grateful if you could RSVP to: stephen@workpattern.co.uk 

Many thanks and look forward to seeing you on 25th

Paul

 

Friday
Nov022012

‘Made for Sharing’ designing collaborative workspaces

12 November 2012

Northern Design Centre,Gateshead.

Collaboration is much talked about today, especially when it comes to workplace design. As companies employ more knowledge workers, it is no longer just what you know, but whatyou do with what you know. Successfully designed collaboration spaces as well as an enablingculture are key to helping this along. The nature of work has changed and increasingly work iswhat we do, not a place we go to. 


We would be delighted if you can join us for three individual but connecting seminars about theworkplace, we will discover that through design and collaboration you can create a moreproductive, efficient and effective business.  

 This is a free event, but please register here if you’d like to attend.  

ProgrammeThe Psychology of Collaboration                              Mark Catchlove, Director, Insight Group  Established over a hundred years ago, Herman Miller has become synonymous with “modern” furniture.They collaborate with some of the most outstanding designers in the world with inventive designs,technologies, and related services that improve the human experience wherever people work, heal,learn, and live.
Successfully designed collaboration spaces and an enabling culture are key to ensuring agenuinely collaborative workplace. Mark will present Herman Miller’s latest research on the psychologyof collaboration and how it might impact workplace design.  Using the Third Space                                                   Jacqui Martin, Workplace Consultant

The world of work is changing and no longer is it about one place. As workforce mobility isincreasing, either as part of a organisation or as an individual, there is an increasing need to create space which celebrates collaboration and creativity, and most of all, a need for social connection.Jacqui will share the results from their own local research carried out this year on the useof "the third space" why we choose to work elsewhere, the issues we are faced with andwhat we really want from such spaces. 


Cloud Technology – freeing up the workspace             Jo Radcliffe, Managing Director

404 team ltd was created by professionals from the worlds of design and IT who came togetherto bring colour, simplicity and clarity to a largely grey and complex industry. Their  vision is tohelp others work more efficiently, flexibly and cost effectively with a view to improving productivityand ultimately enhancing their experience of the workplace.Jo will explore Technology as the enabler, and look at how IT and interior design come togetherto support Activity Based Working. She will describe the paradigm change of how we work, life slicingand consumerisation of IT .  After the event there will be opportunities for discussion with the speakers and other delegates aboutthe ideas presented, and how you might use them to creative a more productive workplace