Coinciding with the launch of our Otto Laptop Table, we are hosting a panel discussion with two of the design team behind Otto – ergonomist Kirsty Angerer and MARK co-founder Anna Hart – joined by Giovanna Jagger of the International WELL Building Institute.

Kirsty, Anna and Gionvanna will be discussing where is the place of ergonomics and posture in the bigger picture of workplace wellbeing? We look forward to sharing insights from the discussion.

Wednesday 26th April, 6.00 – 8.30pm. 5 Albemarle Way, Clerkenwell, EC1V 4JB.

Please RSVP [email protected] if you’d like to join us.

About our panellists:

Giovanna Jagger is a senior Sustainability professional with experience working with clients globally to help them deliver strategies aligned to their goals. Currently working as Senior Director at the International WELL Building Institute, Giovanna works with the Global Market development team offering her ESG and Market Development expertise to partners and clients.

A firm believer of Health and Well-being to be the most important asset individuals, companies, organisations, and governments should care for; without our health, we cannot accomplish anything.

Kirsty Angerer is passionate about human centric design and has a deep understanding of the interactions among humans and the ecosystems of workplaces. In the last 10 years she has worked Internationally with SME’s and large Fortune 500 organisations to enhance people’s health and optimise performance through developing & implementing ergonomics programs and influencing the design of workplaces. She is also an advisor on the WELL Movement Advisory providing guidance to WELL on how to incorporate design and policy interventions that promote physical activity and movement.

Anna Hart is a furniture and interior designer who co-founded MARK Product with John Miller and design studio Hart Miller Design. Anna’s design ethos is grounded in workplace design having spent the early part of her career working with pioneers in the field, DEGW. Crossing the boundaries between workplace design and designing furniture for the workplace Anna considers furniture to play a key role in shaping how we feel when we work.