Image courtesy of Made For

Designing environments for creativity, change and wellbeing Past Event

Presented by Made For


Booked out
Wed 29 May 5:30pm - 7:00pm


Free, Booking Required


Made For
31 Rupert Street, Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia


All gender bathroom, Seating available, Wheelchair accessible

Recent years have challenged businesses to think about offices as more than just a place for the work to get done. Now, more than ever, we are exploring how a workplace can be a catalyst for culture. How they can help creatives create and connect? How they can improve an employee’s experience of the work? This panel discussion brings together professionals in workplace interior design, creative spaces, and creative agencies to consider how we can use workplace strategy and design to influence creativity, change and wellbeing.


Mitchell Jones

Mitchell is the co-founder of Made For, as well as Creative Director and Lead Strategist. Mitch’s practice is founded on the firm believe that great spaces should be accessible to all Australians. His work for Made For is informed by strategy based, process heavy work, believing that space always comes last in the development and delivery of lasting, functional workplace designs.

Emma Robbins

As the National Executive Creative Director at M&C Saatchi Australia, Emma has over 25 years of experience in crafting brands that inspire, challenge, and connect people. Her approach to brand creation is rooted in emotions, emphasising the importance of evoking genuine feelings in audiences. Emma has consistently demonstrated a talent for developing brands and ideas that leave a lasting impact.

Tristan Ceddia

Tristan Ceddia is a creative director, graphic designer and one half of TRiC Studio, a multidisciplinary design studio specialising in strategic design thinking founded in 2020. Tristan’s practice is motivated by explorative, process-based work to create meaningful, original and lasting designs and experiences.

Tanya Hillman

Tanya is a design thinker and maker. With over 30 years in the design industry, she has collaborated widely across sectors and practices. She is passionate about strategy, brand, and culture, committed to using design as a business tool to elevate the experience and bottom line.  A people person, Tanya thrives on engaging and connecting with people, peers, and mentoring young designers. She brings her experience together in design thinking via her creative consultancy, StudioTHink.