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32 ARCHITECT@WORK SHOW PREVIEW


Experience insight and innovation at Architect@Work


An impressive list of industry experts from architecture, development and the arts are set to share their knowledge alongside ‘curated innovations’ at the event dedicated to architects, being held in London from 29 - 30 January


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he two-day trade event that focuses on architectural innovation will take place at the Old Truman Brewery, right in the centre of London’s Shoreditch. It includes free admission for trade visitors and complimentary catering throughout, which encourages networking and downtime as well as deal-making opportunities.


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The 2020 edition of Architect@Work focuses on ways design and architecture intersect with nature. This theme is


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illustrated throughout the talks programme, and is said to be one of the event’s most popular features. Timber ‘revolutionary’ practice Waugh Thistleton Architects is confirmed in the line up, as are architectural practices Invisible Studio, Palladian London, Sarah Wigglesworth Architects and Tate Harmer. There will be talks throughout the show that touch on how natural materials are being brought into our spaces, the importance of natural learning environments, and a debate on the pros and cons of designing for ‘countryside vs city.’ The green belt was created to protect against London’s sprawl and has been described as “a clear example of the relationship between urbanism and nature.” However, some people believe it has become a stranglehold on development. Peter Murray, of New London Architecture, who has played a key role in promoting the green belt concept, will use his talk at Architect@Work as a platform detailing why he is calling for a review of the green belt concept to ensure it is still fit for purpose.


Landscape designer and personality Dan Pearson will be in conversation with journalist Helen Parton as the final talks event. RIBA are also on site and will present their pop-up bookshop, along with the Material Driven exhibition, which has been described as a “must-see for all ‘material-o-philes.’” As a design agency and


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