ARCHITECT@WORK

The carefully curated two-day trade fair aimed at architects, designers and specifiers, will return to Olympia National Hall for its 2017 edition on 25th and 26th January

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The London edition of ARCHITECT@WORK, just like the other 22 other global locations, is cleverly designed and encourages networking, deal-making and has complimentary catering throughout. All of the 100 + companies exhibiting have gone through a rigorous selection process, with an external judging panel overseeing the product selection, to ensure this is one of the UK’s most highly respected trade shows of its kind.

Register with the code 6850 and entry is free

 

Here is the programme of talks we will be holding throughout the event:

Wednesday, 26th January 

15:00 A bridge too far?

Roger Ridsdill Smith, Foster+Partners

Jonathan McDowell, Matter Architecture

Julia Barfield, Marks Barfield

Ben Addy, Moxon Architects


16:15 Design driven by natural forces

Chair: Eleanor Young, RIBAJ

Ana Abram, Gustafson Porter

Jerry Tate, Tate Harmer 

Michael Pawlyn, Exploration Architecture


17:30 The British Land interview

Senior Figure, British Land

Interviewer: Peter Murray, NLA


Thursday, 27th January

15:00 The amphibious city

Chris Romer-Lee, Studio Octopi

Carl Turner, Carl Turner Architects


16:15 Waterway development

Chair: Phineas Harper, the Architecture Foundation

Alex Ely, Mae Architects

Peter Chowns, Canal and River Trust

Steve Webb, Webb Yates


17:30 The Argent interview

Tom Goodall, Argent

Anthony Peter, Argent

Interviewer: David Michon, journalist 


Read the first of: The Innovative Interview a series of Q&As with many of the high-caliber names taking part in ARCHITECT@WORK’s seminar programme. 

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