In the rapidly evolving landscape of workplace design, sustainability has emerged as the key consideration. In this podcast, EG, in collaboration with Peldon Rose, will explore how we can create workspaces that minimise environmental impact while maximising employee wellbeing and productivity. We will discuss the possibilities of balancing the use of sustainable materials and energy-efficient systems without compromising on design aesthetics and ask whether sustainable design can truly deliver on its promises of reduced costs and improved occupier satisfaction.
Join us as we delve into how sustainable design practices can positively influence both landlords and tenants, and align with their broader environmental, social and governance strategies.
Senior deputy legal editor, EG
Harrold is EG’s senior deputy legal editor, and regular host of podcasts including the weekly round-up EG Like Sunday Morning.
Senior project designer, Peldon Rose
As a project designer, Hewlett is responsible for interpreting the interior design elements of the client brief and translating the requirements into a fully developed concept design proposal. This process encompasses observing current working patterns, challenging the use of space, developing plans and exploring all details of the design in two and three dimensions.
Founder and chief executive, Planet Mark
Malkin is the founder and chief executive of Planet Mark, a sustainability certification partnered with the Eden Project that guides organisations to deliver continuous progress for their social and environmental missions. Beyond non-committal sustainability pledges and bare minimum compliance, Planet Mark engages with more than 700 organisations to generate tangible impacts and empower sustainable leadership. Driven by his purpose to protect the planet, Malkin has dedicated his career to supporting sustainable businesses and proving that sustainability is a leader’s most valuable asset.