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6 NEWS EVENTS


SEMINARS RIBA Conservation Course 12-20 April, London www.architecture.com/WhatsOn


Designing for a Changing Population 19 April, Chelmsford www.architecture.com/WhatsOn


Is Off-Site the future of Construction? 26 April, Crawley www.architecture.com/WhatsOn


FESTIVALS London Festival of Architecture 01-30 June, London www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org


WORKSHOPS


Building Regs and Planning 18 April, Manchester www.architecture.com/WhatsOn


RIBA Future Leaders 2018: Coming to the fore 17 May, London www.architecture.com/WhatsOn


EXHIBITION Disappear Here 2 May - 7 October, London www.architecture.com/WhatsOn


TRADE SHOWS Materials for Architecture 25-26 April, London www.materialsforarchitecture.com


Clerkenwell Design Week 22-24 May, London www.clerkenwelldesignweek.com


Vision 21-22 June, London www.visionlondon.com


100% Design 19-22 September, London www.100percentdesign.co.uk


Healthcare Estates 09-10 October, Manchester www.healthcare-estates.com


WWW.ARCHITECTSDATAFILE.CO.UK MATERIALS FOR ARCHITECTURE


Heatherwick Studio’s Nick Ling to open conference


Materials for Architecture 2018 – the conference and exhibition for materials innovation in architecture and construction – has announced that Nick Ling of Heatherwick Studio will give the opening address.


The technical design lead the practice,


he will be giving insights from his extensive practical and on-site experience in large scale and complex projects, and will set the tone for the two-day conference. Featuring thought leaders and experts from architecture, academia and product research and development, Materials for Architecture is being staged on 25 and 26 April at the ILEC Conference Centre, West London.


Ling worked on the Zeitz MOCAA in


Cape Town, and key current projects include Maggie’s Yorkshire and a new residential scheme in New York. He was previously a partner at Foster + Partners and then later moved to Woods Bagot as European design leader.


Heatherwick Studio commented: “Through the lens of materiality, an integral part of the studio’s work and design process, Nick will speak about the studio’s


commitment to finding innovative design solutions, with a dedication to artistic thinking and the latent potential of materials and craftsmanship. He will also touch upon innovative materials and how the industry at large can look to these to help to inform construction challenges as well as aesthetics and design.” The event’s overarching theme is innovation in application of materials for architecture, construction, and design. Visit www.materialsforarchitecture.com


to register free.


New Essentialism: Material Architecture BOOK


A new book, ‘New Essentialism: Material Architecture’, published by Applied Research + Design Publishing, by explores the relation- ship between architecture and materials. In this “handbook” author Gail Peter


Borden examines how architecture engages material to “create effect through five critical historical thresholds, represented by analytical precedents coupled with projective experimental design project families.” Unpacking geometric, material, spatial, and


effectual methodologies, each threshold “builds an examination that reveals the essential methods and processes of design, illustrating the basis for the argument for a New Essentialism: its characteristics, methods


and the sensibilities that mark its definition,” say the publishers. Borden is professor at the University of


Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design.


ADF APRIL 2018


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