Oliver Marlow is a multi-platform designer, author and innovator. He is a pioneer of the coworking movement and an expert on the relationship between space, collaboration, creativity and effective business models. He has been a part of the design and delivery of over 40 flexible offices worldwide. Oliver is responsible for Studio TILT’s unique codesign process, enabling space to create experience, community and identity.
Oliver regularly leads keynotes and runs workshops, across the globe. He is a visiting professor at IE Madrid as part of their Revolution in Work series, and has delivered keynotes at numerous international conferences including Corenet, Worktech and the Global Design Forum. In 2013 he co-authored the book Codesigning Spaces and in 2016 Spaces For Innovation.
He is also co-founder of The Social Workplace, a conference series that is changing the conversation around workplace. His portfolio includes working with Zappos, The Southbank Centre, The National Health Service, Design Council, CABE, Local Authorities in England and Workspace - London’s biggest workspace provider. He has also led the team to participate in a number of exciting installations and initiatives including 100% Design, V&A, London Design Festival and London Festival of Architecture.