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Wood & Wellness - a match made in Heaven?

The TTJ Wood and Wellness Conference at the Hilton London Tower Bridge on February 13, 2019 will explore the health and well-being megatrend in the built environment.

This CPD-accredited event, aimed at architects, the wood industries, interior designers and construction professionals will cover latest research, case studies covering health facilities, education and the workplace, as well as panel discussions on a subject which could represent an opportunity for increased specification of timber products.

Speakers include

  • Alex de Rijke of RIBA Stirling Prize winning architects dRMM
  • Ed Suttie, BRE Research Director 
  • Oliver Heath of Oliver Heath Design
  • DaeWha Kang, of DaeWha Kang Design

Together with Dr Alex Morris, Head of Workplace Wellbeing at Mitie, DaeWha Kang will present the amazing Winter Gardens project at iconic London skyscraper The Shard. The Winter Gardens feature a Living Lab office fitted with wood, which has helped improve productivity and happiness levels among Mitie staff.

Wood for Good supporters, TRADA, TTF, STA, Work in Mind and WPA members qualify for a 25% TICKET DISCOUNT. We're looking forward to seeing you there!

The event is sponsored by James Latham and the British Woodworking Federation.

Further information

For full conference details visit Wood and Wellness

The early bird ticket discount is NEWYEAR19. For members of Wood and Wellness supporting organisations contact Carlos Fernandos  or Chidi Adilih for a discount code!

Image: Living Lab at The Shard. Photo Credit: Tom Donald, Aldworth, James and Bond

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