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Images courtesy:


1) Studio Seilern Architects 2) Aurubis 3) Ash & Lacy


4) MaterialDriven & Biohm 5) Berry Systems 6) ECALAB 7) dRMM Architects 8) Atelio


9) Powdertech (Corby) 10) PLP Architecture 11) ALFED


12) Maria Gasparian Studio


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Materials for Architecture 2018 celebrates all that is new and innovative in the specifi cation of building materials during every stage of architecture and construction.


There is a clear focus across the two days on how construction materials are being innovated to provide better buildings; from sustainable concrete and hardwood CLT, to smart materials. Those attending the event will be able to gain a host of insights on how to apply the latest thinking on materials for architecture, and are guaranteed to come away with inspiration for their projects.


Materials for Architecture 2018 will be held at the ILEC Conference Centre, London from 25-26 April 2018 and will combine a conference programme, exhibition hall, CPD seminars, material galleries and evening reception.


VENUE


ILEC Conference Centre Ibis London Earls Court 47 Lillie Road, London SW6 1UD


DIRECTIONS Take the District Line to West Brompton (4 min walk* to ILEC) or the Piccadilly Line to Earls Court (8 min walk* to ILEC)


* Estimation via Google Maps


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