Registration now open for Vision London at Olympia, 2 – 3 June

  • 31 Mar 2015

Visitor registration now open for ‘Vision London’

Vision London is two day event being held at Olympia, London 2 – 3 June 2015, alongside the NLA’s London Festival of Architecture.

Created specifically for architects, specifiers, end users and construction sector suppliers, Vision London will bring these communities together to discuss, debate and showcase the latest innovations and developments in architecture, design and the built environment.  



Vision London at Olympia, London 2 – 3 June 2015

More than 100 organisations will be exhibiting at Vision London and more than 4,000 visitors are expected to attend the event which will focus on innovative building products, materials and technology, as well as new and inventive solutions that facilitate the creation of better building design. 

Through a series of lectures, live debates and practical seminars, alongside a carefully curated exhibition of cutting edge products, Vision will provide the meeting place for professionals connected to the built environment. More than 100 influential industry figures speak on a range of topics covered under the four themes of ‘Future Materials and Systems’, ‘Technology’, ‘Innovation in Architecture and Design’, and ‘Building for Health and Wellness’.

Core seminars will include

  • ‘Materials of Invention’ seminar which will review major developments in materials, products and technology
  • New London Architecture’s 20 second Pechua Kucha presentations on how new materials are helping to deliver better buildings and projects for London
  • ‘Active by Design’ session being facilitated by Cabe at the Design Council to examine what city leaders can do to make physical activity integral to urban life

Michael Costain, Vision London Director: “Vision London will showcase the very latest innovations materials, products and technologies but importantly it will also enable a wide cross section of the construction community to discuss and debate how we can create the future built environments in which we will all live and work. The high level of interest we’re experiencing in Vision London demonstrates that no other event in the UK provides this focus and we look forward to delivering an educational, inspiring and thought provoking two days”.


Link below for more information about Vision London


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