UCL School of Management

6 March 2024

Wren Loucks to present keynote speech for British Institute of Interior Design

UCL School of Management alumna and Be-Kin founder Wren Loucks is set to run and present the keynote speech for an upcoming online webinar held by the British Institute of Interior Design. Intended to explore the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the workspace and how we often view its design, Wren will present research on the key drivers motivating the latest workspace design trends.

The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) prides itself on being the only professional institute for interior designers within the UK and regularly demonstrates its commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by ensuring that members remain up to date on the latest trends and developments within the interior design space. 

In 2020, UCL MBA student Wren founded Be-Kin, an award-winning interior design studio that focuses on creating spaces that stimulate wellbeing and purpose. Encompassing Wren’s passions, Be-Kin’s mission combines mental health advocacy with luxury interior design and supports social sustainability. In the years since, Wren has written for Geberit’s Hotel Guest Report and has even been shortlisted for a Brit List Award in the ‘Interior Designer of the Year’ category. 

Find out more about the UCL MBA programme and the ways in which it supported Wren’s business. Alternatively, you can find more information on the BIID’s upcoming online webinar via their website.

Last updated Thursday, 14 March 2024