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FOCUS: LIGHT & ARCHITECTURE

ARCHITECT@WORK announces lighting as theme for January 2018 London edition

The sixth edition of ARCHITECT@WORK London, the two-day worldwide trade fair aimed at architects, designers and specifiers in January 2018 will focus on lighting as its theme for its popular seminar programme.

Lighting is a rapidly growing field challenging architects and designers to consider how to incorporate and balance changing technologies with the needs of daily life in our homes, offices and public spaces.  Experts will discuss lighting innovations, design and sustainability as well as how light impacts on wellness and our greater urban landscape.

Six talks, three on each day will cover these topics incorporating some of the best names in lighting design and architecture.  Visitors will also be treated to a special lighting installation on site and the RIBA pop-up bookshop will be putting a spotlight on titles with a lighting focus.

In its sixth year, ARCHITECT@WORK London is being held in Olympia National Hall on 24th and 25th January, 2018. The two days are free for registered trade visitors.

 

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2018 seminars: to be confirmed

2017 SEMINARS:

WEDNESDAY 25 JANUARY 2017

              
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 + Bowman
               Jerry Tate, Tate Harmer
               Michael Pawlyn, Exploration Architecture
               James Todd, Architype

17:30      The British Land interview
                Interviewer: Peter Murray, NLA
                Roger Madelin, British Land

              
THURSDAY 26 JANUARY 2017
              
15:00      The amphibious city
               Chair: Clare Dowdy, Journalist
               Ian Mulcahey, Gensler
               Chris Romer-Lee, Studio Octopi
               Carl Turner, Carl Turner Architects

16:15      Waterway development
               Alex Ely, Mae 
               Peter Chowns, Canal & River Trust
               Steve Webb, Webb Yates and Interrobang

17:30      The Argent interview
               Interviewer: David Michon, journalist
               Tom Goodall, Argent
               Anthony Peter, Argent

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