Philips is holding a public seminar on the morning of 30 July, looking at macro urban lifestyle trends for Singapore in the next 10-15 years. The panel includes established individuals in their respective fields. Do check it out!
More details below.
Seminar: Future Living Spaces in Singapore
As part of Philips 60th anniversary in Singapore, Philips will be holding a public seminar featuring views from visionaries, design experts and industry gurus on the macro trends that are impacting Singapore. The keynote address is by Jack Mama, Creative Director for Philips Design, who will speak about design probes projects, which are ‘far-future’ research initiatives aimed at identifying long-term systemic shifts and anticipating changes in future lifestyles. There will also be a panel discussion on issues arising from an aging population, increasing urbanization, crowded cities and climate change will shed light on emerging societal trends that will shape our lives and impact our living spaces in the next 10 to 15 years.
The panelists for the seminar include:
• Jack Mama, Creative Director, Philips Design
• Howard Shaw, Corporate Advisor, Singapore Environment Council
• Mary Tsao, President and Founding Director, Tsao Foundation
• Tai Lee Siang, President of Singapore Institute of Architects (2007 – 2009); Group Managing Director of Ong & Ong Pte Ltd;
• Toh Wee Khiang, Executive Director for Building and Infrastructure, EDB
Organiser : Philips Electronics Singapore
Event name : ‘Future Living Spaces in Singapore’ seminar
Venue : Singapore Management University, Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, School of Accountancy Level 2, 60 Stamford Road Singapore 178900
Date : 30 July 2011 (Saturday)
Time : 10.30am – 12.30pm
For more information, visit http://www.60thanniversary.philips.com.sg/index.php/main/events
The event is open to public and admission to the event is free. To sign up for this seminar, simply fill up this Registration Form, and email it to email@example.com by 27 July 2011 to be inspired by the opportunities we have to enhance future living spaces in Singapore.