Saturday, October 15 at 15:00
Inside Information organises a talk by Kitty de Groot (NL) called 'Nieuwe werkvormen' or 'New ways of working'.
Saturday October 15th at 3pm, Dutch interior specialist Kitty de Groot will deliver a presentation on the subject ‘New Ways of Working’. Last year, De Groot published #Nieuwe Werkvormen (‘New Ways of Working’). Together with the renowned French interior journalist Francoise Bronner she interviewed some 120 Dutch designers, architects, consultants and users. The publication provides an interesting overview of the economic, technological, environmental and esthetic currents that determine the 21st century office, hotel, school and hospital interior. In the presentation at Interieur, Kitty de Groot will highlight some interesting aspects that she and Bronner encountered in their search for understanding the way we will work tomorrow.Language speaker(s): Dutch
Kitty de Groot
Kitty de Groot (1970) is a Dutch interior specialist/journalist, focusing on strategic questions concerning the future of working spaces. She is interested in the way positive interactions between design and users from diverse cultural backgrounds create new environments. De Groot was trained as an industrial designer at Technical University Delft and as an interior architect at the Academy of Arts Utrecht. Furthermore, she studied human product-interactions at Loughborough University and acquired a degree in Business Administration at Queens Belfast University. Kitty de Groot has worked and lived in seven countries around the world.