Designers. Dealers. Architects. Friends.
For the Framery World Conference, the second time really was the charm! FWC ’19 presented its participants with an opportunity to take part in a truly different kind of professional gathering in a changing, inspiring setting and we really think it all went according to plan!
We hope and know in our hearts that every guest left FWC with new tools, fresh ideas and valuable insight for years to come, with great new memories of an unforgettable trip. Welcome back!
The Helsinki Airport
Pick up from the Helsinki-Vantaa airport, transport to the Clarion Hotel
The optimal arrival window is between 5:00 pm and 8.30 pm
6:00 am – 12:00 am
The Clarion Airport
Karhumäentie 5, Vantaa
Event registration at the Clarion Hotel lobby
1:00 pm – 11:30 pm
An easy-going cocktail mingle with music and snacks, the View – Meeting Room
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
The Clarion Airport
Breakfast at the hotel
Bus transport to the Framery HQ in Tampere
Tampere – At the HQ
Patamäenkatu 7, Tampere
The Arrival @ Framery
Lunch, the Grand Tour and chances to really experience Framery
11:15 am – 5:00 pm
The Lapland Hotel Tampere
Yliopistonkatu 44, Tampere
Stop by the hotels
5:00 pm – 6:45 pm
Drinks with the hosts at the lobby, getting cozy for a while (optional)
Laiturikatu 1, Tampere
A dinner above the city of Tampere
Patamäenkatu 7, Tampere
Club Framery (you do not want to miss this)
Late Night Snacks
A shuttle bus to the hotels runs all night
Kelloportinkatu 1, Tampere
Brunch & Keynotes
9:45 am – 2:00 pm
Transport back to Helsinki
Helsinki – The Clarion Jätkäsaari
Tyynenmerenkatu 2, Helsinki
Cocktail hour at Clarion (optional)
Dinner & Refreshing and re-energizing in a Finnish sauna
Transport to the vibrant Helsinki nightlife or the hotel
6:15 pm – 12:00 am
World’s leading expert in happiness research
The world’s leading expert in happiness research. Ph.D. in psychology, author, speaker and research scientist whose work and talks have inspired hundreds of audiences. In addition to teaching through the Yale School of Management Executive Education program she has spoken and held workshops at a large number of Fortune 500 organisations, and is also the Science Director at the Stanford Center For Compassion And Altruism Research And Education.
in workplace experience
Helping executives and leaders in HR, real estate, operations, and finance at rapid-growth tech companies scale their businesses, Caroline Quick is a world-class specialist in workplace experience and real estate leadership. Her expertise was one of the key factors in expanding Twitter from a 100 to 3,000+ employees. Her extensive knowledge of corporate real estate and supporting company growth are sure to be foundations for an interesting keynote.
World’s leading expert in workplace effectiveness research
Dr Peggie Rothe is the Development Director at Leesman, and one of world’s leading experts in workplace effectiveness research. Backed by Leesman’s vast database compiled from over 2000 workplaces in 70 countries, Rothe’s unique insight on the subject and Activity Based Working (ABW) is the basis for a captivating keynote.
Founding Principal at VITAL
Nash Hurley is the founding Principal at VITAL, and leads the firm as it translates user research into compelling architectural solutions. He builds teams from VITAL’s in-house designers and outside partners and leads them through a process of discovery, design, documentation, and fabrication. By focusing on user behaviors and rethinking existing material supply chains, Nash has delivered innovative designs for Google, NRG, Kilroy, DivcoWest, Jamestown Properties, Wikimedia, the Smithsonian, SoundHound, Fireclay Tile, and the Tides Foundation. His current work includes leading research and development initiatives for Google’s new campus development projects. Nash has a Bachelors in Economics from Amherst College and a Masters of Architecture from UC Berkeley. He is a a Registered Architect in New York, California and Washington, DC.
Co–founder of Studio O+A
Primo Orpilla is the co-founder of Studio O+A, a multi-disciplinary San Francisco design firm that has changed the way we think about work and workplace. O+A’s groundbreaking designs for Facebook, Microsoft, Yelp, Nike, McDonald’s, Slack and many other companies have demonstrated the power of design to make the work environment a catalyst for creativity and a vehicle for change. As Global Chair of Student Experience at IIDA, he works to promote design education and expand opportunities for young people in the profession. A frequent lecturer on design and the future of workplace, Primo speaks at schools and design conferences globally, empowering the next generation of designers. In 2016 O+A won the Cooper Hewitt Design Award for Interior Design. In 2017 FRAME Publishers released a comprehensive retrospective of the firm’s work: Studio O+A: Twelve True Tales of Workplace Design. Most recently this year became awarded 2019 ASID, Designer of Distinction.
What would a Framery event be without Club Framery? Hold on to your hats
because at FWC Club Framery it’s time to drop, shock and rock your booty.