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The owners Futurebuild Events have secured some lively architectural speakers such as Rowan Moore (architect and writer at The Guardian), Jane Duncan (former RIBA President), and Michael Jones (Foster + Partners), and the conference agenda is looking pretty good. However the question remains of what the event stands for in 2018 – you’ll have to visit the ExCel in March to find out.


A series of ‘Showcases’ will put sustainability back at the heart of the event, say the organisers, following industry feedback. Its good that it is reasserting its identity, as critics in the past have said that ecobuild moved further than was healthy away from its roots, towards being an all-things-to-all people, mainstream building event. So if you’re keen to hear about a demountable Passivhaus, waste innovation, or BREEAM Awards contenders, or you would like to experience small green spaces that can fit tight urban sites at ‘the Hive’, investigate the Sustainability Showcases.


There does also however seem to be an awful lot of focus on things like district heating and infrastructure, which while undoubtedly important, are not necessarily in many architects’ remit. You’ll need to pick and choose carefully when you arrive at the vast east London venue to find what you’re looking for.


Also coming up is an event tightly focused on the application and development of innovative materials in buildings, simply titled Materials for Architecture. Staged by the publishers of this magazine, the event (25-26 April, ILEC Conference Centre, London) has a solid conference lineup including several top 100 architectural practices, plus leading academics and consultants in the field, and product manufacturers innovating in cutting edge materials.


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You can find more information, together with details on the keynote speaker (a high profile architect whose name will be revealed imminently), at www.materialsforarchitecture.com


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ow that spring is finally rearing its head, the events season is upon us. If you are attending ecobuild which is fast-approaching at the start of March, you may well be hoping for a newly-invigorated set of debates and exhibitors to learn from and meet, with the event now


02.18


ON THE COVER...


PIONEER VILLAGE & FINCH WEST STATIONS, TORONTO Will Alsop’s crusade to bring a sense of joy for subway and train commuters in featureless city suburbs


PROCURATIE VECCHIE, VENICE David Chipperfield transforms one of the ancient city’s most renowned buildings for a new philanthropic function


Image detail of Pioneer Village, Toronto. One of two subway stations designed by Will Alsop. © Wade Zimmerman For the full report on this project, go to page 38


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