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32 ARCHITECT@WORK SHOW PREVIEW © Marek Sikora


Excel Architectural Hardware is delighted to be exhibiting Scrigno pocket doors at this year’s Architect@Work


exhibition. The Scrigno pocket door system allows the full realisation of the available space without compromising on design or functionality. The pre- assembled system provides fast and easy installation, reducing construction time and costs. Excel Architectural are the exclusive distributor for Scrigno pocket doors. Stand 82.


ing designer at Arup; and Linda Morey- Burroughs, director of MoreySmith. In the session ‘What architects should know about lighting’, Paul Nulty discusses the role of the lighting designer in contem- porary architecture, paying particular attention to common mistakes he often encounters and the innovative solutions that his team employ to create indoor and exterior spaces which are well lit and inspir- ing. Working closely with clients, architects, interior designers and engineers, Paul has built up an award-winning studio on the basis that collaboration is key to create atmospheric spaces that don’t take a toll on the planet. He believes that education and open discourse are paramount to the creation of beautiful environments for everyone. Mat Wating, editor of mondo*arc will chair this session. The final talk, ‘The art of light and art’,


will examine the way in which cultural venues often lead the charge in terms of high-end design, with huge technical challenges brought about by the require- ments for sensitive and beautiful works of art. Visitors to galleries and museums expect inspiring spaces and these buildings often go on to win a raft of design awards. An informed panel of speakers consisting of Anne Fehrenbach, associate at Stanton Williams; Alice Dietsch, direc- tor of Amanda Levete Architects; and John McElgunn, partner at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, will discuss their projects and the complex issues they face, both in the UK and abroad. ARCHITECT@WORK is free for regis- tered trade visitors, and offers complimentary catering throughout the event, encouraging networking and downtime as well as deal-making.


ARCHITECT@WORK UK runs from 1pm - 8pm, 24th and 25th January 2018 at Olympia National Hall. Register at www.architect-at-work.co.uk using code 1490


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