Urban Futures Workshop London

31st May 2018 

The Interface Showroom London

Through a range of active learning approaches with talks, group work, workshops (and more!), you will learn about:

1. how to go beyond a sustainable future;

2. know where to best leverage change in a system for the greatest impact;

3. design for resilience in urban infrastructure;

4. build collaborations; and,

5. integrate personal development and leadership for you and your team to work with inspiration every day.

You will collaborate, discuss and learn with an industry peer group, working together to propose the most sustainable outcomes for the project on the day.

Who is the workshop for?

Established companies and start-ups in the energy sector, construction, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, civil engineering, project management and urban planning.

Architects, Designers, Engineers and Makers

Consultants, Business leaders and Strategists

Education professionals and Researchers

NGOs and professional associations

The training merges the best of biomimicry, circular economy, social collaboration and systems-thinking. It includes Purpose Driven Leadership processes to enable you to lead this kind of transformative change by connecting with your personal and corporate core values.


9 AM - 6 PM - Four interactive sessions with breakout sessions, followed by networking & drinks.



Shannon Royden-Turner

Founder, Actuality - South Africa

Prof Julian Vincent

Biologist - Heriot-Watt University, Rhein-Waal University

Claire Janisch

Founder, BiomimicrySA, South Africa

Richard James MacCowan 

Founder, Biomimicry UK | Innovation Lab



For more information on the details of the check out workshop brochure:



Our supporter:

What drives us? A positive vision of the future and the determination to make it come true. The courage and ambition to do what is right, despite all obstacles. An abiding commitment to show that sustainability is better for business. We believe that change starts with us and is transforming Interface from a plunderer of the earth to an agent of its restoration. Through this process of redesigning ourselves, we hope to be a catalyst for the redesign of the global industry.



The Interface Showroom, 1 Northburgh Street, London,  EC1V 0AL.

The venue is located a 10 minute walk from Barbican tube station for the Circle, Hammersmith & City and the  Metropolitan lines, with a 15 minute walk from Angel tube station for the Northern line.


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