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Membership: Directors’ Club, London, England
25 Apr 2018
MoA is pleased to announce the launch of The Directors’ Club, a new programme that offers the opportunity for directors of small and medium-sized practices to share knowledge about how they run their businesses and tackle industry issues and opportunities.
Held 6 times a year, the Directors’ Club offers studio-visit discussions between directors led by an expert moderator. The sessions will create an informal social environment (held in a different practice each time), where directors can gain valuable insights from business experts and peers.
The membership also includes access to MoA Academy sessions and public programming that is open to all team members.
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International Architecture and Construction Forum, Nice, France
“Larantino-Expo Nice Côte d’Azur 2018”
26 – 29 Apr 2018
Venue of the Forum: the biggest exhibition centre at the French Riviera in Nice, France.
The exhibition area will cover 40 000 sq.m. More than 2 500 exhibitors and 150 000 specialists and visitors from over 120 counties in the world will take part in the exhibition.
The exhibition covers:
-the whole spectrum of the latest developments in the field of house-building: construction of all types of luxury real estate, “smart houses”, urban multi-storey buildings, boat-houses, wooden, frame, stone, marble, glass, seismic resistant, glued and rounded beam houses, etc.
– 3-D construction;
– baths, saunas, pools, fountains construction;
– furniture, interior design items, home textiles;
– the latest inventions of household appliances, home robotics;
– fence and parking systems, design and decoration of living area, interior art;
– heating systems, fireplaces, furnaces, chimneys, solar batteries, ventilation systems, conditioning, wind power stations;
– elevators, escalators, stairs, window systems, accessories, chimneys;
– building and decoration materials, construction equipment, building outfit and uniform;
– exclusive design of yachts, night clubs, objects of elite individual construction, airplanes;
– public amenity objects, churches, mosques;
– road construction.
The high number of financially wealthy visitors of the Forum from the richest European countries will provide you an opportunity to realize you product on quite favourable terms. Organizing the Forum at the French Riviera during the most popular time for tourist attraction (More than 10 million people visit the resort annually) will also become an advantage of this event.
Among the participants of the Forum are world leading French, Swiss, and other European banks and insurance companies. Representatives of the financial companies will offer favorable mortgage lending conditions for acquiring the presented at the Forum estate and other products. The visitors, who require financial funds, will not have to look for a bank to submit a set of necessary documents and wait unknown amount of time for review of the application. It will be possible to resolve all lending issues within the framework of the event, which significantly shortens the time of making order of the house construction presented at the exposition.
Within the framework of the event there will be tenders for the most quickly constructed and solid construction of residential buildings, multi-storey buildings, public amenity objects as well road construction and restoration projects of cultural and historical heritage monuments. Winners will be awarded construction and contracting works contracts to restore territories of Syria, Iraq, Libya, Donbass destroyed by military actions and suffered from natural disasters (flood, wood fire, earthquake).
The project will be financed by the relevant structures, the UN (UNESKO), the EU, international charities, states involved in the military conflict and well-known commercial structures from around the world. The estimated investment fund is more than 10 000 000 000 euro. Participation in the Forum will provide you with a unique opportunity to become a winner of the contest which will help you, in case of victory, guaranteed profit for a long time.
At the end of the event, near the roadway, within 10 km from the venue of the Forum, in an area of 2,000 square meters, will be created a permanent show room where, for the exhibitors’ request, will be assembled houses represented at the Forum for the further work in promoting their products. That will allow you to reduce logistic costs significantly. Advantageous location on the territory of one of the wealthiest countries in Europe as well as high tourist activity during the year could bring you a sustainable income.
Participation: email@example.com +7 (495) 114 54 89 +7 (495) 114 54 85
More information: www.l-no.com / www.larantino.com
Smart Buildings and Connected Urban Environments, London, England, UK
9 May 2018
UBS, 5 Broadgate, London, EC2M 2QS
As part of Unwired events, Smart Buildings 18 will take place at UBS Ltd, London on the 9th May 2018.
Smart Buildings 2018 is a unique one-day conference in which leading thinkers come together to debate the new world of work, exploring new trends and how to best enhance assets of space, technology and people.
As part of Unwired events, Smart Buildings 18 will take place at UBS Ltd, London on the 9th May 2018. Smart Buildings 2018 is a unique one-day conference in which leading thinkers come together to debate the new world of work, exploring new trends and how to best enhance assets of space, technology and people.
The conference examines Smart Buildings from the Developer’s, Tenant’s and User’s perspectives. It covers latest innovations across intelligent Building Management Systems, location aware beacons, sensors, smart devices, wearables and much more.
The expert speakers from across the industry will examine how the technological landscape is changing and how we can use it to transform the way we work. From cognitive buildings and self-learning workplaces to creating buildings that operate more efficiently whilst maximising productivity and collaboration, the conference will address a range of key trends and issues emerging in the Smart Buildings sector.
Smart Buildings is attended by approximately 200 senior professionals from workplace, property, FM, technology, innovation, architecture and design to explore this new world of work and what it means for future workplace.
Confirmed Speakers and Topics:
• Dr Claire Penny, Worldwide Solution Leader, IoT, IBM | Exploring cognitive buildings that can think for themselves; Structuring buildings that are efficient to operate and cool to be in
• Ulrich Blum, Associate, Zaha Hadid Architects | Looking at the radical opportunities and implications data analytics, sensor technology, and smart algorithms will have on how we design and what we design; Understanding how technology will allow buildings to constantly adapt and evolve throughout their lifecycle
• Glenn Wilkinson, CEO, Polira and Security Analyst | Exploring the threats we face from hackers and criminal networks; examining how best to address the issue of security for today’s smart buildings and the devices we use
• Matthew Marson, Consultant, Connected Spaces Practice, Accenture Digital | Examining the world’s most innovative buildings; Sharing how thousands of sensors can enable the workplace to react intelligently and adapt like a living organism
• Ashley Davis, Managing Director, UBS | Setting new standards based on ‘next generation’ services; Implementing a significant upgrade and seamless migration of services without impacting business or damaging UBS’ reputation
• Juliette Morgan, Head of Campus, British Land | Getting businesses ready for smart buildings; Sharing a new British Land report on how to be smart from the start
• Matthew Webster, Head of Wellbeing, British Land | Developing successful businesses of tomorrow that demonstrate leadership and innovation; Harnessing the built environment to improve physical and mental wellbeing
• Richard Murszako, Group Property Strategy Manager, Vodafone | Becoming an intelligent occupier; Understanding building utilisation
• Mark Stanton, Strategic Account Leader Buildings as a Service, Honeywell | Making your buildings work smarter; Promoting faster, better-informed decision-making, risk mitigation, and more sustainable use of resources
• Jeremy Myerson, Director, WORKTECH Academy & Research Professor, Royal College of Art | Future Digital work districts; How smart precincts will reshape our cities and buildings
Unwired is the events and publishing arm of UnGroup, a forward-thinking innovation, consultancy, research, publishing and events business that brings together the best minds to envision the future. Unwired produce conferences, training events, newsletters and reports to bring you up to date information and leading opinion on all aspects of work, innovation, technology and workplace.
RIBA CPD Programme – Designing for Flood Resilience, England, UK
The seminar series is being held in 12 locations across the UK during the course of the year, including:
10 May – Chelmsford
17 May & 5 June – London
CPD Programme supports architects on ‘Designing for Flood Resilience’
The land, property and environmental data specialist, Landmark Information, is supporting Ed Barsley of The Environmental Design Studio (TEDS) in delivering a brand new seminar as part of The Royal Institute of British Architects’ Core CPD programme. ‘Designing for Flood Resilience’ provides guidance to architects and designers, while exploring techniques for understanding flood risk contexts, and flood resistance and resilience strategies.
Landmark is supporting the seminar by providing environmental data insights, as well as consultancy advice and best practice from its in-house environmental consultancy team, Argyll Environmental.
Confirms Paul Blewett, Head of Sales at Landmark Information: “Designing our future communities so they are prepared for flood events is something that architects and designers are all greatly aware of, particularly given the high number of extreme flood events we have experienced over recent years. Ed Barsley will be delivering a highly informative seminar that introduces the key principles of designing for resilience, and we are delighted to be supporting the programme with data insights and environmental intelligence.”
The seminar will discuss the various types of flooding that can occur and explains the range of tools and techniques available for understanding flood risk contexts. Strategies for adaptation and resilience are discussed at the catchment, community and building scale in relation to both new and existing buildings. Using case studies and worked examples, Ed will also explain how these techniques may be effectively applied.
Ed is a specialist in environmental design in architecture with a particular interest on developing strategies to reduce flood risk and increase resilience in the built environment. As part of his role at TEDS, he is a special advisor on flood risk to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industry Strategy, in addition to work he is currently doing to develop a methodology for assessing flood resilience of existing communities, as part of a PhD in Architecture at the University of Cambridge.
The comprehensive sessions will include:
• Flood risk contexts: impacts at the global, national and community scale
• Types of flooding: the causes, impacts and relevant strategies
• Tools and techniques for understanding flood risk and resilience: key principles and resources available
• Flood risk management: traditional and contemporary approaches, both inland and coastal
• Community level strategies: Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS), street level strategies
• Building level strategies: resistance and resilience measures for both new build and existing buildings
• Reflections on the pathway to a resilient future: opportunities and barriers to change
For more information on the RIBA Core CPD seminars, visit: https://www.architecture.com/whats-on/designing-for-flood-resilience-birmingham.
RIAS Convention 2018, Queens Cross Church, Aberdeen, Scotland
Both the Friday and Saturday events will take place at the church with its new extension by award-winning Edinburgh architects Lee Boyd.
Curated LIT Exhibition, ICA Gallery Space, Tokyo, Japan
13 – 16 May 2018
In January, 2018, the winners of the 1st annual LIT Design Awards were announced, celebrating international lighting product design and lighting implementation.
On May 13th, an exhibition featuring 30 of the winners, curated by Hossein Farmani, will be held at the ICA Gallery Space in Tokyo; the address is ICA3 Bldg E 2F. 3 Chome-4-6 Higashinihonbashi, Chūō, Tokyo, 103-0004 Japan. Founded by the Farmani Group, both LIT and TIFA are global awards competitions that bring recognition to established lighting designers and photographers, respectively.
The media and artists’ reception will be held at this venue on Sunday, May 13th, between 3pm and 7pm. The exhibition will also be open on the 14th, 15th, and 16th from 12pm to 7pm for visitors to come view and learn about the inspiring projects. The LIT winners exhibited in this curated Tokyo Exhibition include lighting projects by Studio Roosegaarde, Arup, CBBLD, Baroncelli, Design Blitz, and many more. In total, 30 incredible products and projects will be on display, and the 2017 LIT Design Awards Catalogue of our winners and partners will be available for attendees.
In addition to the LIT Trophy, we will also exhibit three winning product designs: the Aerelight A1 OLED Lamp by Aerelight, HENYX by Anna Tomschik (Student Lighting Product Design of the Year), and Flyte: The Levitating Light by Simon Morris (Professional Lighting Product Design of the Year). Join us for the reception! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a designer, media person, or enthusiast interested in attending this curation of award winning lighting designs.
About the Farmani Group: Farmani Group assembled the LIT Design Awards to bring attention to achievements in lighting product design and to promote the winning designers and implementers to the prominent audience worldwide. Farmani Group, established in 1985, is the organizer of the International Design Awards (IDA), London International Creative Awards, and The Lucie Awards for Photography, which has emerged as one of the world’s most prestigious annual photography awards.
Call for Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS – Deadline October 31, 2017 55th International Making Cities Livable Conference on Healthy, 10-Minute Neighborhoods
May 14-18, 2018, The Shaw Center, Ottawa, Canada
Join us in Ottawa to share your achievements and learn from others how we can best promote healthy, sustainable, equitable 10-minute neighborhoods. We shall discuss the best neighborhood models for encouraging walking, biking and public transit, high-density human scale mixed use, places to foster daily social life and community, opportunities for daily contact with nature, and equitable neighborhood planning.
Paper proposals are invited from elected officials, scholars and practitioners concerned with issues such as the following:
Planning 10-Minute neighborhoods
Land-use planning for new neighborhoods
Re-shaping suburbia into healthy 10-minute neighborhoods Essential elements of 10-minute neighborhoods
Generating Community in 10-Minute Neighborhoods Neighborhood plazas, sociable squares Reclaiming streets for people
Child- and elder-friendly lifetime community Form based coding to generate “Eyes on the Street” Combatting loneliness, depression, strengthening the “Social immune system”
Social networks in vertical and horizontal sprawl v. human scale density
The Healthy 10-Minute Neighborhood
Active mobility, walkable, bikable streets, complete streets, etc How the built and natural environment affects health Integrating public health and planning Health impact assessment Health effects of nature – parks, gardens, rivers, incidental green Health impact of air pollution, urban noise, light pollution; and mitigation strategies Fighting crime and anti-social behavior through urban design
The Ecologically Sustainable 10-Minute Neighborhood Fighting climate change by healthy urban design Transit-oriented, mixed-use development Restructuring suburbs: malls, multi-functional schools, mixed-use infill Sustainability of high-rise and sprawl v. human scale density Green architecture, green urban design Combatting food deserts, urban agriculture Healthy green and blue urban ecosystems
The Equitable 10-Minute Neighborhood
Health equity planning
Inclusive and equitable communities, healing social segregation Mixed-income/affordable family housing Stabilizing low-income home ownership, Shared equity housing, etc Community participation/ Children and youth involvement Prioritizing improvements in poor neighborhoods, barrios and favelas Housing the homeless/preventing homelessness Integrating immigrants and asylum seekers.
For more details and to submit a proposal, please see: www.livablecities.org/call-papers
Public Course: Comprehensive Business Management – Creating and Running an Architectural Practice, London, England, UK
from 25 Jan 2018 onwards
Due to popular demand we are running our four-part public course again in 2018 starting January 25th. This is a must for people leading small to medium sized architectural practices and addresses the key elements of business management that are not taught in schools of architecture: Creating a Business Manifesto, Financial Management, People Management, Marketing and New Business Development.
One of the delegates on the course currently running said, “I’m really enjoying the course so far and finding it incredibly useful. Lots to action and trying to utilise the advise as soon as possible.”
Architectural events by Colander: https://www.colander.co.uk/courses/business-management-for-architects
5th International Iconic Houses Conference, Connecticut, USA
15 – 18 May 2018
Conference Theme: Modernism on the East Coast – Philip Johnson and the Harvard Five
Location: Dolce Norwalk, 32 Weed Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850, USA. Tours will be held offsite.
Conference Chair: Natascha Drabbe, Iconic Houses Founding Director / Director Van Schijndel House Utrecht, The Netherlands
7 May 2018: Online registration closes
WORKTECH 18 New York, Soho, New York City, NY, USA
May 17 + 18, 2018
CONFERENCE: Thursday 17th May 2018
Convene, 117W 46th Street, New York
MASTERCLASS: Friday 18th May 2018
WeWork, Soho, 154 Grand Street, NY, 10013
WORKTECH18 New York is the forum for all those involved in the future of work and the workplace as well as real estate, technology and innovation. The event attracts some of the biggest and brightest names to debate, discuss, and divulge the latest thinking.
Attendees include 350 senior professionals from real estate, facilities, HR, technology, executive management, architecture, design and professional advisors to listen to global thought leaders, further their knowledge and share best practise and expertise.
Sergison Bates at Critical Distance Conference, Centro Cultural de Belém, Portugal
Sergison Bates at CCB for the Critical Distance Conference with the studio Sergison Bates, May 15th at Centro Cultural de Belém, Portugal.
Established in 1996, by Jonathan Sergison and Stephen Bates, this studio has earned a reputation as one of the UK’s leading practices for projects ranging from urban planning to regeneration, public buildings and housing. Stephen Bates will present the studio and will talk afterwards with architect Cristina Veríssimo.
Atlanta Design Festival 2018, Georgia, USA
26 May – 3 June 2018
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Atlanta Design Festival 2018
Atlanta Design Festival, organised by MA!, will be returning for the twelfth year to the city of Atlanta, Georgia from 26th May to 3rd June 2018 with a new Midtown location for its Design Economy Expo and talks programme.
Urban Futures, UK
31 May ; 4 Jun ; 6 Jun
The workshop series, Urban Futures, runs in May and June in London (31st May), Leeds (4th June), and Edinburgh (6th June).
Each of the workshops will offer practical tools for implementing transformation, by connecting the circular economy, biomimicry, systems-thinking and human behaviour. These will be interactive workshops, with hands-on learning, while networking with your peers.
World-renowned facilitators include Shannon Royden-Turner, Actuality, and Claire Janisch, BiomimicrySA, who will be joining from South Africa. Richard James MacCowan will facilitate alongside the fantastic biologists, Prof. Julian Vincent, Heriot-Watt University, and Dr Chris Hassall, University of Leeds.
NEXT – AIA SF Event, San Francisco, CA, USA
May 31 – Jun 1, 2018
NEXT is AIASF’s premier conferencing event organized for stakeholders of the built environment to learn, share, and grow. The 2018 NEXT Conference theme seeks to expand dialogue and engagement around the United Nation’s New Urban Agenda—a bold roadmap to promote sustainable, regenerative, and equitable growth in our cities. The conference will concentrate on taking a proactive stance to prepare a blueprint to achieve a happier and healthier world by 2030.
International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2018
3-5 Jun 2018
The International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference (ITEAC) is delighted that TAIT Stage Technologies is the major Sponsor of the 2018 conference, taking place in London, UK next year, 3-5 June.
TAIT Stage Technologies’ continued support of ITEAC by taking the principal sponsorship role for the fourth consecutive conference – having been one of the founder sponsors of the initial event in 2002 – illustrates the tremendous reputation that ITEAC has established over the last sixteen years.
The presentation of ITEAC 2018 – Places for Performance: New Directions, recognises not only the demand for this major event – which seeks to investigate the developments that have already been made, and the innovations that will be required, in the ever-changing world of live entertainment – but also the need of those who design buildings for the performing arts and supply the production technology within them, to gather at this leading and learned event, alongside creators and end-users.
The quadrennial three-day event will take place on Sunday 3 June, Monday 4 June and Tuesday 5 June 2018 at Savoy Place, the Global Engineering Hub of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
Situated in the heart of London on the north bank of the River Thames, overlooking the National Theatre and Royal Festival Hall and close to the historic Savoy Theatre, the Savoy Place venue, with its impressive views, offers a most appropriate location for ITEAC.
A Call for Sessions has already been issued to those involved in the planning, design, construction, specification and operation of places of entertainment, as well as to writers, designers, performers, producers and production teams. Submissions may still be sent to David Staples, Chairman of the Editorial Board, via this dedicated email: email@example.com
Presented by the Association of British Theatre Technicians (ABTT), ITEAC 2018 will be the fifth edition of the Conference. Conceived in 2002 by the late renowned stage engineer and ABTT Fellow, Richard Brett, the event has grown from strength to strength, with TAIT Stage Technologies’ involvement having been integral to its success.
ABTT Chief Executive, Robin Townley, commented, “The commitment to supporting ITEAC 2018 that TAIT Stage Technologies have so generously made, is hugely important to allowing the next edition to be presented.
For TAIT Stage Technologies to continue its support of the conference, for the fourth time as Founder Sponsor, underlines their commitment to sustaining the industry. The value they place in the power of an international forum to drive their sector forward and their commitment to supporting the ITEAC conferences, underlines the benefits they consider the event has both for their own teams and for the industry at large.”
He went on to say, “Having established itself as a “must attend” event for so many areas and participants in the creation, execution, design and management of theatrical presentation, the next edition, ITEAC 2018 – Places for Performance: New Directions, has been much anticipated by those engaged in the planning, design, construction, equipping, operation and management of performance spaces of every type – from the stadium and arena, the opera house and receiving theatre, to the school and community venue.
ITEAC 2018 will offer a unique opportunity for the specialists that make up our industry to hear from the makers, creators and producers of performance. It will bring together the world’s leading theatre technicians, architects, engineers, consultants, acousticians and production managers, as well as theatre makers and venue managers, to participate in the most exciting and stimulating investigation of the very particular mix of art and science, craft and technology, illusion and engineering, that we are required to provide.”
All parties are invited to register their interest in attending, speaking or sponsoring the Conference, via the ITEAC website: www.iteac.co.uk
Housing 2018, Manchester, England, UK
26 – 28 Jun 2018
Housing is the leading event for the housing industry to meet industry professionals, gain industry insight and conduct business deals; taking place in Manchester Central, 26-28 June 2018.
Housing is Europe’s largest housing event, and for over 60 years has been the place to meet the largest and most diverse audience of sector professionals, stay connected, discuss political and economic challenges, and connect with influential business leaders. For delegates, there will be 200+ speakers over 3 days covering 5 streams of high-level content including government keynotes, policy and strategic sessions.
As a visitor, meet 300 suppliers, attend free seminars, speed mentoring, and fringe sessions plus the opportunity to network with peers. Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, secretary of state for housing, communities and local government is confirmed as keynote speaker at Housing 2018.
Windows, Doors & Facades (WDF), Dubai, UAE
23 – 25 Sep 2018
Dubai World Trade Centre
Windows Doors & Facades Event, the largest dedicated platform for the windows, doors and facades industry in the Middle East, returns from 23 to 25 September 2018 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Organised by dmg events Middle East, Asia & Africa, the third edition of the exhibition will showcase products and services from eight product sectors: Aluminium Composite Panel, Doors, Hardware, Machinery, Raw materials, Rollers & Shutters, Service Providers & Windows.
Windows Doors & Facades Event 2018 will also feature an expanded educational program with CPD-certified workshops and a high-level summit led by industry experts, beyond providing enhanced networking opportunities. An unmissable platform for windows, doors and facades industry suppliers, manufacturers, buyers and decision makers, the event is expected to host over 180 exhibitors from around the world.
Flanders Architecture Institute Events, Belgium
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The ACROSS lecture series provides a forum for young Belgian architects on both sides of the language border. On 27 February, Brussels-based GRUE kicks off the new season, while landscape architect Bas Smets provides an introduction.
Wed 17 Oct – madamarchitectuur
Wed 7 Nov – Raamwerk
Tue 23 Oct – LRArchitectes
Thu 15 Nov – CENTRAL
Buildtech Expo 2018 in Ludhiana, India
25 – 28 Oct 2018
6th A2Z Expo Present Buildtech Expo 2018 in LUDHIANA, PUNJAB INDIA
Buildtech Expo 2018 an Interior Exterior & Building Material Exhibition 2018 which is scheduled to be held from 25th to 28th OCTOBER 2018 at PAU FAIR GROUND, Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana, Punjab.
Green Urbanism 2nd Edition, Rome, Italy
28 – 30 Nov 2018
International conference in Italy if you are interested in Architecture, Urban Planning, Sustainable Cities, Urban Design and Waste Management.
Green Urbanism is defined as the practice of creating communities beneficial to human and the environment it is an attempt to shape more Sustainable Surroundings, Communities, and Lifestyles. and consume less of the world’s resources. Green Urbanism is interdisciplinary, combining the collaboration of Landscape Architects, Engineers, Urban Planners, Ecologists, Transport Planners, Physicists, Psychologists, Sociologists, Economists and other Specialists in addition to architects and Urban Designers.
See more at: https://www.ierek.com/events/green-urbanism-2nd-edition
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DesignMorphine is a creative hub for design trough workshops, lectures, projects and explorations in the field of architecture, design and arts. Their goal is to provide the essential elements of trending design practices in a condensed way. Their team is comprised of talented designers which give us an multidisciplinary approach to design and its education.
The firm have conducted over 30 workshops and courses in Europe, the Middle East and USA. Among them are successful collaborations with Harvard and MIT. They have planned workshops for Europe, Asia and USA.
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Bartlett School of Architecture Alumni Social
Wates House, 22 Gordon St, London
Join fellow alumni for an informal social event to celebrate the New Year. 2014 is an exciting year for The Bartlett as the long-awaited refurbishment of Wates House begins. Get an update on the Wates House project from Professor Alan Penn, Dean of the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, and hear about our new plans for future alumni activities.
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