There’s a new event to add to your architectural calendar. Vision London opens its doors for the very first time on June 2 at London’s Olympia

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Vision London’s inaugural show brings communities together to discuss, debate and examine the very latest innovations and developments for architecture, design and the built environment.

The intention is to put on an event packed full of products and services that visitors can readily glean information from and build relationships in events and seminars as well as on the exhibition floor.

Over 120 exhibitors are showcasing their wares, new products and services. Catch up with Secured by Design, find out about the Wine Cellar Pod, inspect the profiles of The Rooflight Company. From big brands to small companies, universities, trade associations and important sector influencers they will all be there.

In the show’s product zone, get inspired by the creative R&D pavilion. Discover fresh products in the start-up central zone for companies under two years old, brush up on technology in a dedicated zone and get to grips with things in the hands-on interactive workshops.

Alongside the Vision London exhibition, over 100 key figures are set to speak at the event’s seminar programme covering four primary themes; Future Materials & Systems, Technology, Innovation in Architecture & Design and Building for Health and Wellbeing.

The speaker programme features leading architects such as Penoyre and Prasad’s Sunand Prasad past president of the RIBA, Cartwright Pickard’s James Pickard and Wilkinson Eyre’s Jim Eyre. Speakers include the brilliant Mark Miodownik of the Institute of Making at UCL, and take a serious look at research on wellbeing from lighting to air quality. Royal Institute of Architects in Ireland, London Festival of Architecture and New London Architecture are all involved. And providing to ensure visitors and exhibitors have seen all they have set out to see a networking and drinks evening is set for 5:00 - 7:30pm on June 2.

 

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