Royal Institute of British Architects news – RIBA responds to responds to no-deal Brexit report ; MHCLG Select Committee’s report on building regulations and fire safety, “unacceptable delay in reforming building and fire safety regulations since the Grenfell Tower tragedy”.
The Next 100 Years exhibition at The Bartlett invites the public to help create a manifesto for the built environment, held in the gallery at 22 Gordon St Headquarters it invites public to pose the questions that will define the next 100 years of the built environment.
The Bartlett School of Architecture launches a new accelerated model for architectural education, approaching the subject in a practice-focused way for students to design buildings which get built.
The Bartlett School of Architecture marks 100 years of radical thinking with a year-long programme of events and a new website, engaging the public in built environment work.
New Dean of The Bartlett School of Architecture announced, Professor Christoph Lindner, as school of architecture marks its 100th anniversary, voted No. 1 in the world to study architecture and the built environment in QS World Rankings.
Tallinn Architecture Biennale proudly announces the winning proposal for the TAB 2019 Installation Programme Competition“Huts and Habitats” to be “Steampunk” by SoomeenHahm Design, Igor Pantic and Fologram.
In connection to exhibition “Crisply Nordic. Architect Erik Bryggman”, lecture by curator Mikko Laaksonen re important 20th century Finnish architect, drawing parallels with Estonian architecture.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat news – CTBUH 2019 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference – 85 Speakers covering wide array of subjects and disciplines, 5 Off-Site Programs announced.
Aedes Architecture Forum news – architectural exhibition by Archi-Tectonics, founded by Dutch architect Winka Dubbeldam in 1994, with offices in New York City, the Netherlands and China.
The Dallas Architecture Forum presents Second Annual Frank Welch Memorial Lecture by nationally and internationally recognized US architect Rick Joy, FAIA.
The Royal Institute of British Architects news – historian William Curtis will present an overview of Spanish architect Alejandro de la Sota’s buildings at the RIBA on 27th November.
National Construction Week welcomed over 13,000 participants from around the world to attend featured events International Construction Research Conference and Exhibition and The Big 5 Construct East Africa.
Transforming Construction Network Plus (N+), 2.5m project to unite business and research in a bid to fundamentally revolutionise construction in UK, launched at The Bartlett, UCL’s faculty of the built environment.
The Big 5 Solar will return to showcase solar energy solutions for the construction industry at Dubai World Trade Centre from 26-29 November 2018.