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Architecture Today launches bold seminar programme for Vision 2018

April 2018
Vision 2018 is a two-day conference and exhibition focused on the key challenges facing architecture and development today.  With three content-packed seminar theatres over two days, Architecture Today is featuring some big names in architecture, engineering, and urban development.  They will address three main themes.
 
Added Value: How can we quantify and maximize the impact of high-quality design on society, economic sustainability and commercial success?
 
Health, Wellbeing & Sustainability:  How can we design buildings and places that promote healthy environments and sustainable lifestyles, that are also efficient to build and run?
 
Common Good: What steps can we take to ensure that our buildings and public spaces are inclusive, safe and welcoming and make a positive contribution to civic life?
 
The keynote presentations are by Patrik Schumacher from Zaha Hadid Architects; and Chris Wilkinson from WilkinsonEyre.  Other speakers will include David Partridge from UKGBC; Rab Bennetts from Bennetts Assoc; Ben Rogers from Centre for London; Jeanette Veldekamp from Chapman Taylor; Alex de Rijke from dRMM Architects; Max Farrell from Farrells; Mairead Carroll from London First; Mike Emmerich from Metro Dynamics; Sarah Wigglesworth from Sarah Wigglesworth Architects; David West from Studio Egret West; and Linda Thiel from White Arkitekter.

More at: http://www.architecturetoday.co.uk

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