Herman Miller has announced the first Living Office Awards, which have been designed to raise awareness of the importance of good workspace design as a tool for companies to achieve their organisational goals. “We believe the workplace should increase engagement and productivity, creating a total experience of work that’s more natural, more desirable and more rewarding,” says Rob Keddie, Regional Director – Herman Miller Middle East and Africa.
Entries are invited for two honours: the ‘Commercial Business – Workspace Design Award’ and the ‘People’s Choice – Workspace Design Award’.
The panel of judges includes: Christian Vasquez, Director of the American Institute of Architects, Middle East; Esra Lemmens, Ambassador APID; Hani Asfour, Associate Dean at the Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation; Janet McAvinnie, CBIFM – The British Institute of Facilities Management; Kate Rube, Vice President, Market Solutions, The International Well Building Institute; Lucy Bolton, Assistant Professor in Business Psychology, Heriot-Watt University, Dubai Campus; and Chris Morley, Head of Design, Herman Miller Middle East and Africa.
Visit www.hmlivingoffice.com for more information and to submit entries. Entries close 5 March 2019.