Materials for Architecture is making a return to the ILEC Conference Centre, London from 25-26 April, after a successful inaugural year.
The 2018 show will once again feature a conference programme, exhibition, CPD seminars, material galleries and evening reception, with innovation being a prevalent theme throughout the event.
The programme will focus on the freshest, most innovative themes in the built environment, with topics including responsive building skins, rammed earth construction, phase-change and unbreakable materials.
Speakers will hail from large scale architectural practices, engineering outfits, academia, industry and many more areas.
The exhibition hall will feature an Innovation Zone and highly interactive materials display area, whilst the evening reception will see a competition take place.
This competition will see participants showcase their research into developing construction materials for the future, judged by a panel of top industry figures. The evening will also provide brilliant network opportunities.
Visit www.materialsforarchitecture.com for more information to register for free
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