June 6 - June 7
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All Day
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Vision 2017: The Future of the Built Environment

Vision 2017 is aimed exclusively at architects, specifiers and designers working on live projects in the commercial, health, education and retail sectors.

The event includes a two-day exhibition, seminar programme across five theatres and significant opportunities to engage, educate and network with over 4,000 industry professionals.

Vision focuses on new and innovative building products and materials and provides ideas for inventive ways to achieve better building design solutions that comply with changing legislation.

Speakers include Harbinder Birdi, Parner and Head of Infrastructure Transport, Hawkins\Brown, Nigel Ostime, Project Delivery Director, Hawkins\Brown, Julian Dickens, Associate Director, Jestico + Whiles, Jay Gort, Director, Gort Scott, David Kosdruy, Design Computation Leader, NBBJ London, Julian Limpscombe, Director, Bennetts Associates and Andrew Waugh, Director, Waugh Thistleton Architects.

DETAILS

Costs:

Free

Hours:

Tue: 10:00 - 21:00; Wed: 10:00 - 17:00

Contact:

info@visionlondon.com

Organiser:

Vision London

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT:

Location: Olympia, London

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