Stephen Fry joins the Ecobuild 2016 conference line-up of industry glitterati, leaders and experts.
He won’t be turning to Twitter to air his angst or express his concerns about construction, architecture and climate change. But you can attend in person and perhaps ask him a question in the old fashion way – face to face across the conference floor.
HOUSING TOP OF THE AGENDA
THE INFRASTRUCTURE REVOLUTION
THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE
NEXT GENERATION THINKING
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