IIDEXCanada 2015: Register Now

Haworth's Openest II, designed by Patricia Urquiola.
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Keilhauer's Wheels collection
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Teknion's Interpret desking system.
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Steelcase's workstation-meets-lounge, Brody.
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Architect Clive Wilkinson will deliver a keynote address Wednesday, December 2, at the Keilhauer Theatre.
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Taking place in Toronto on December 2 and 3, IIDEXCanada 2015 explores the workplace of the future. Registration is now open for the show and its expansive program of seminars. 

, Toronto’s biggest contract show, takes place next month at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre – and it promises to challenge our preconceptions of how and where work gets done.

The fair’s major highlight, a special workplace feature by local firm , is playfully entitled Go Away! The 2,000-square-foot installation is inspired by the idea that the workplace of the future will be everywhere, rather than a single, dedicated workspace. It considers how sight, sound and even scent can be used to compose restful and relaxing spaces that support cloistered concentration as well as collaboration.

And it features furnishings from four leading brands: lounge-like cubicles from (Brody) and (Patricia Urquiola’s Openest II); ’s Interpret system, an easily adaptable hot desking system; and ’s Wheels collection of mobile tables and seating.

Keynote speaker is well-equipped to comment on this same theme. The California architect is best known for the office spaces he has crafted for some of the world’s most recognizable brands and corporations, including Google, Disney, Fox and the BBC. Wilkinson is just one of over 130 speakers at the show this year, with a jam-packed of talks and seminars on offer. for these talks is now open – and sign up before November 17 to take advantage of free early-bird registration for the show itself.

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