Get your FREE pass to this unique UK Architecture Roadshow Event and connect face-to-face with fellow professionals from your City
Your ticket gets you three events in one:
1. CONNECT: join up to 100 fellow professionals and 25 major suppliers
2. INSPIRATION: tbc
Don’t Miss Out …This is your only chance to see this talk in your City in 2019!
3. DINNER: FREE 2-course meal & bar on us
Limited Tickets Available. Book now or miss out.
5.45pm – Doors Open to attendees for registration
The conversation’s free, too. And so is the bar… network with fellow specifiers and pick the brains of technical teams from up to 25 major suppliers in the most relaxed of environments.
All in the space of a couple of hours, at a time that suits you and all on your doorstep – you normally have to travel out of town and take valuable time away from the office for an event of this quality!
We know you’ve come straight from work so our talks are punchy and to the point, engaging and energising you to continue the conversation throughout the evening and beyond!
This unique platform for 2020 fosters UK wide built environment collaboration across thought leaders, specifiers, clients, contractors, and product suppliers to share future thinking, best practice, case studies, and solutions.
Promising to provide YOU our audience with the insight, knowledge, solutions, and guidance to enhance outcomes in a world where project briefs and procurement will increasingly reference climate change challenges.
If your future is in Built Environment then you really need to join the debate.
Annalie is the co-founder of Mikhail Riches Architects, winner of the 2019 Stirling Prize. After winning the UK’s top architecture prize for the low-energy Goldsmith Street development Mikhail Riches will aim for zero carbon on all future projects.
Maria is an architect, engineer and director at transdisciplinary built environment practice Webb Yates Engineers. Maria sits on the steering group of Architects Declare, and is a chief curator of the Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019. Maria is a nationally elected member of the RIBA Council; a member of the RIBA National Awards Panel; co-founder of Turncoats; and a Design Advocate for the Mayor of London.
Catriona is Head of World Green Building Council’s Better Places for People campaign. The global project supports Green Building Councils and their members to increase the demand and supply of green buildings which are supportive of the health, wellbeing and productivity of the people within them.
Christiane is a specialist in behaviour change and sustainability communications, and, as campaign director of Wood for Good promotes the use of wood in design and construction.
An acknowledged speaker, writer and author of FutuREstorative, Working Towards a New Sustainability. Martin is an advocate for the Living Building Challenge, Strategic Advisor to Living Futures Institute Europe and Vice Chair of RESTORE, an EU Cost Action (REthinking Sustainability TOwards a Regenerative Economy) driving real change within sustainability thinking and practice.
No black ties allowed. Just simply come as you are.
Our dinner is a relaxed affair, and makes this event like no other in the calendar.
When you book your tickets below, we’ll even send you the menu closer to the time so you can choose what you want to eat.
Tuesday 26th November 2019
Crypt on the Green
All architects|technologists|technicians|design managers|construction specifiers welcome.
Hurry, places limited. Book now or miss out