TILT are in Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore to talk about codesign and launch the Fruit&Nut series across the region with Haworth. Our first stop was in Sydney where I delivered a keynote at the Design Speaks conference, a day long event to look at the changing landscape of design. There will be an article about the event in the forthcoming Artichoke magazine. A day long event is difficult to programme, often too broad a discussion with no depth, or a specific topic with too much depth. Cameron Bruhn, the Editorial Director of ArchitectureAU did a great job, we talked across education, property, workplace, culture, demographics and future forecasting before we even got onto design. This suits TILT very well, context is what gives design meaning. In Sydney, and then in Melbourne we visited an amazing roster of design practices, Hassell, Geyer, Cox, and GrayPuksand to share our approach to codesign and share learning. We spoke also to a growing number of very innovative companies in Australia, all committed to changing the workplace to suit the new ways we work. Finally we were at the Hubs in Sydney and Melbourne to catch up with Brad. Always a pleasure! We’re now in Singapore with another incredible list of things to do, and I’ll add further to the blog as we go. Part of the reason we’re here is to launch the Fruit&Nut with Haworth’s XFriends platform. The pieces have gone down very well and we’re very pleased and extremely proud of our work. The commitment the Asia Pacific team have shown in pushing the thinking of workspace has made the whole project very exciting, and we know there’s more to come.