Design Assembly South launches

spectrum workplace logo resizeEdge Design has joined forces with Hampshire-based Spectrum Workplace to provide a free day of CPD (continuing professional development) seminars for Architects, FM’s & Interior Designers.

This is a great opportunity for anyone involved in the specification of commercial interiors to update themselves on current thinking, improve professional knowledge & skills and, if relevant, earn CPD points.


The open day takes place on the 26th April 2017 at Spectrum Workplace’s head office and showroom in Havant. It is free to attend, with breakfast and lunch provided.

programmeWith the estimated number of architecture-related UK jobs at 90,000 and rising the day is set out to help support the design industry improve their understanding of current issues facing the interiors sector including: Basics of BIM Level 2, Office Acoustics, Biophilic Design, Contemporary Wall-Coverings, Designing Interior Lighting Schemes, Innovative Furniture Solutions and Agility Working Environments. Attendees can choose which seminars they wish to attend.

Kim Findlay – National A&D Development Manager, Edge Design said;

“After the success of Design Assembly events in other parts of the country, we identified there was a great deal of interest from interior design professionals, in the South & South Coast region, for this type of event. It offers an opportunity to improve knowledge & skills and spark interesting discussions about where current trends and technology are going”

Venue – Innovation House, Marples Way, Havant, PO9 1UH

If you are interested in attending please go to Design Assembly South or call Emma Harris on 02392 489933


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