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ARCHITECT@WORK SHOW PREVIEW Carefully curated for 2019


Architect@Work, the carefully curated annual two-day trade event aimed at architects, interior designers and specifiers, will move to Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch for the seventh London edition on 30 - 31 January


his year at Architect@Work, leading international architectural suppliers will showcase over 200 innovative products and offer the latest innovations in surface solutions and lighting technology, as well as interior and exterior fixtures and fittings. All exhibitors go through a rigorous selection process, overseen by an external judging panel, to ensure that this is one of the UK’s most highly respected trade shows of its kind. The theme for Architect@Work UK 2019


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is “future-proof”. In an age when change is measured in seconds and sustainability is a necessity, not an ‘extra’, architects and designers are increasingly tasked with proposing projects that have longevity. How can practitioners ensure they are taking the lead when it comes to future- proofing their projects?


Design library Material Driven will present a curated collection of materials and projects that have been ‘future- proofed’. ‘Materials That Are Healthy’ will focus on materials that contribute to health and well being and are not only toxin-free but also toxin-absorbing, including fabrics embedded with seaweed and carbon negative composites made with captured greenhouse gases. ‘Materials That Adapt’ will showcase modular products that can easily be moved or made larger/smaller. ‘Materials That Are Resilient’ will include durable materials that can withstand all the elements. And ‘Materials That Close The Loop’ will highlight materials that have longer life cycles and can be reused, repaired and recycled rather than being sent to landfill, from bioplastics, to bricks grown from mycelium.


Talks programme: Wednesday 30 January 15:00 – Modern Methods


Offsite construction and prefabrication are the buzzwords of the day, and they are bringing about a quiet revolution within the built environment. A series of high-profile case studies will be explored in this talk,


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demonstrating how modern methods of construction are changing building design across all sectors.


16:15 – Sarah Wigglesworth in conversation Architect Sarah Wiggleworth has been championing sustainable design for decades and has created projects that foster social wellbeing, while retaining her environmental credentials. In this special interview she will reveal the key projects that have shaped the practice, as well as discussing upcoming work that demonstrates the evolution of her work.


17:30 – Back to the future


Demolishing old buildings and replacing them with new ones is expensive and bad for the environment. The truly sustainable approach for the city is one that renovates


The theme for the 2019 event is “future-proof” – how can practitioners ensure they are taking the lead when it comes to future-proofing projects?


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