Fora is reimagining the office experience by employing members’ club-style service, premium design, innovative technology and a curated approach to Resident activity. Fora looks beyond simply supplying a desk to creating the most cohesive and productive workplace experience. Spaces are designed to allow Residents to choose exactly how, when and where they work and meet.

Fora – Dallington Street

Tuesday

18:00-21:00

Established & Sons @Work: Design Talk

Designer Konstantin Grcic, Dirty Furniture Editor Anna Bates and HLW MD Bronte Turner open the night with a discussion on good design.

By invitation only.

 

Wednesday

10.00-11.30

A future for rent – Panel Discussion hosted by Harth

Models of ownership are shifting for retailers. Join Henrietta Thompson, co-founder of Harth, Kate Maher and Richard Found for a panel discussion.

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Wednesday

15:00-15:45

Design Style: Chess, Not Checkers

Social media uses design and inspiring visuals to tell stories of everyday life. Join Wojtek van Portek and Eleanor Wright to learn about the latest trends.

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Thursday

10:00-10:45

How to: Work the Scene

Staging and photography go hand-in-hand. Learn how to work your smartphone or camera to shoot the Established & Sons installation.

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Thursday

15:00-15:45

New Collections by Pierre Frey

Hands-on preview from leading textile house Pierre Frey. Learn more about the way they design fabric collections, mixing woven fabrics, prints and embroideries.

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Thursday

18:00-20:00

Fora x OnOffice: Healthy buildings: how sustainable workspaces affect social sustainability

Sustainability, co-working, technology: as designers are creating sustainable products and spaces to better the world, just how do “healthier” spaces affect our own social sustainability?

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Central Street events:

Tuesday

08.30-10.00

BFA Networking Discussion and Breakfast

Hosted by Black Females in Architecture – a network formed to empower black and black-mixed heritage women in the built environment. Join us for a networking breakfast and open discussion.

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Tuesday

10:00-17:00

Jealous Are On The Pull – Screen printing workshop

Jealous studio will create an exclusive new art work, visitors to Fora Central Street will be invited to pull this print live with the team.

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Tuesday

18:00-20:00

We Love Design – The evolution of design in print panel discussion

Hosted by We Love Print, the discussion will explore the changing face of design in the print industry including Jeff Taylor, Jeremy Leslie and Emily Gosling.

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Wednesday

08:00-09:00

3Tribes Yoga – Signature Barre Class

Join workout warriors 3Tribes for a morning barre class. Get ready for your day with access to the Fora wet rooms.

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Wednesday

12:30-14:00

Matter of Stuff presents: Terracruda workshop with Matteo Brioni

Learn how to apply natural raw earth using different techniques to create different patterns. The Matteo Brioni studio was founded in 2010.

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Wednesday

18:00-20:30

Glug x Fora: Faces of Clerkenwell Doodle Date supported by Microsoft Surface

Join creative community Glug, Francis Augusto and Jennifer Hayashifor an evening of talks and workshops at Fora. Think notworking, making, drinks and nibbles.

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Thursday

10:00-10:45

Colour Therapy uses in a residential and workplace environment with Mark Wentworth

Mark will share tangible research and examples of how colour affects mood, productivity, happiness and perception of lifestyle. Learn the specifics of colour frequencies and application.

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Thursday

13:00-13:45

The Water Gardens with Refolo Landscape Architects – Project discussion and Q&A

Discover how R-LA have worked for the last two years to refurbish over 5000 square metres of 1966 ‘Brutalist’ podium deck garden in central London.

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Thursday

18:00-19:30

Tortoise ThinkIn: It’s a corporate life: the new language of work

Corporate language can be euphemistic and opaque – but rejecting it is a risk. How easy it is it to tell the truth?

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