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Thursday 01/08/13

Natalie is one of Australia’s very few environmental psychologists. She has over 15 yrs experience in property strategy and managing the design process. She has specific expertise on the workplace design of the future, and is considered a Place User Experience expert.

Lend Lease are committed to a focused initiative specifically helping users of space amplify their places. This means working directly for space users and tenants to build briefs for spaces of the future, in a fresh new way.

Prior to joining Lend Lease and Woods Bagot before that, Natalie spent 5 years as director of workplace strategy for Macquarie Group. During her time there she was a key member of the team responsible for the aspirational briefing and communication solutions for 1 Shelley Street, a world-class transformational workplace.

She was also based in Hong Kong for 2 years during her Macquarie time, during which she led the relocation of the Delhi, Manila, Jakarta and Hong Kong offices. Before joining Macquarie; Natalie spent 9 years with DEGW, in their London and Sydney offices.

Natalie’s experience of working inside a large corporation, as well as her past work with numerous tenant types, landlords and developers, puts her in a unique position to add value to and lead projects of all kinds.

In this talk Natalie talks about the workplace from a psychological stand point. Talking honestly and candidly about her experiences of Activity Based Working, suggesting what might be coming next in the evolution of these spaces and leading a discussion about their development globally in an increasingly virtual world.

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