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    Commercial Connect: Final call for registrations

    Nathan Johnson

    With less than a week until kick off, we encourage suitable applicants to register their interest to attend Architecture & Design’s Commercial Connect event to be held Thursday 13 October.

    The exclusive invitation-only program will gather Australia’s leading commercial architects, building designers, developers and project managers under one roof to discover and share trends and opportunities among those involved in the sector.

    A series of round table discussions are planned, as are two keynotes from leading thinkers in the commercial design space, and a panel Q&A discussion.

    EVENT DETAILS

    Where: Doltone House
                 Darling Island Wharf, Sydney
    When: 13 October, 8:30am

    Industry VIP passes are complimentary; to request your invitation to attend, please click here.

    Read the wrap up from our Care Connect event here.

    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AND PANEL MEMBERS REVEALED

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    A digital design expert and an Activity Based Workplace (ABW) specialist will deliver keynotes at Architecture & Design’s Commercial Connect .

    Dr Benjamin Coorey of The Institute of Digital Design Australia and Dr Donna Wheatley of Warren and Mahoney are both looking forward to speaking at the exclusive invitation-only event to be held at Sydney’s Doltone House on 13 October.

    Dr Wheatley’s keynote will delve into the world of ABW and data driven design, demonstrating how highly tailored strategies and outcomes are achievable through use of data derived from Post Occupancy Evaluations.

    Dr Coorey will share his wealth of knowledge on digital design and architectural software, providing valuable insights into which tools will work best in your workplace as well as the commercial benefit of going digital.

    A series of round table discussions are planned, as are keynote addresses and a panel discussion.

    Joining us on the panel will be Valerie Mack of Crone Architects and Terry McQuillan of Bureau Proberts.

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