Old Truman Brewery, 29 - 30 January 2020

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ARCHITECT@WORK London is set for the best edition ever!

Never before in the history of our London event have applications been so popular: exhibitors are lining up at a speed that our team never witnessed before. Besides this, architectural firms are very keen on soliciting for speaker opportunities. Signs that the 2020 edition is bound to break all records.

Theme for this year’s edition will be Sensory Design | Acting Natural: new ways in which architecture and the environment converge.
A total immersive experience using sensory materials related to the human senses of vision, hearing, taste, smell and touch will be created in the curation section of the event. Talks will discuss items like materiality, ‘is technology the new environment?’, how is architecture re-connecting to nature, etc.

Be part of this unique event on 29 & 30 January 2020 at the Old Truman Brewery (levels G1 & T1).

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2020 talks programme

Wednesday 29 January

Timber futures

Chair: Chris Foges, Architecture Today
Oliver Salway, Director, Softroom
Victor Orive, Senior Associate, Zaha Hadid Architects
Mark Broom, Associate, ACME
Ana Lourenco, Project Architect, Waugh Thistleton

Tightening the green belt

Chair: Peter Murray, New London Architecture
Tim Riley, Director, RCKa
Roland Karthaus, Director, Matter Architecture
Gabi Code, Associate Director, WilkinsonEyre
Hilary Satchwell, Director, Tibbalds

Inside out

Chair: Clare Dowdy
Tania Adir, Co-founder, Uncommon
Matthew Holloway, Principal, Grimshaw
David Mahyari, SolidNature
last speaker to be confirmed

Thursday 30 January

City vs Countryside

Chair: David Michon
Piers Taylor, Principal, Invisible Studio
Biba Dow, Co-founder, Dow Jones Architects
Eleanor Hedley, Associate, Feilden Fowles
Niall Maxwell, Founder, Rural Office for Architecture
Hugo Lindsay-Fynn, Palladian London

Learning in Nature

Chair: Phineas Harper, Architecture Foundation
Eleanor Brough, Associate, Sarah Wigglesworth Architects
Rory Harmer, Partner, Tate Harmer
Penny Wilson, Playworker
Zoe Waterman, Theatre Director

Guest interviewee

Chair: Helen Parton
Dan Pearson, Dan Pearson Studio

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