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Glass in Architecture: Exploring the tension between the pursuit of transpa...

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The Institution Of Structural Engineers

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How are architects, engineers and industry developing solutions to achieve maximise transparency whilst meeting energy performance targets?

What are the latest advances in glazing technology and smart and interactive glass?

What does tomorrow’s transparency look like?

Join us at Glass in Architecture, a free-to-attend half-day Architecture Today conference, sponsored by AGC Glass, to find out how in the pursuit of maximum transparancy and energy performance architects, engineers and manufacturers are collaborating to develop and deliver sustainable glazing solutions.

From adhesives that allow structural glass without mechanical fixings to electrochromic panes that respond to changing light conditions, new technical developments are dramatically enhancing the potential of glass.

Join us to hear from architects, engineers and manufacturers who will share their experiences, knowledge and insights, and provide varied perspectives on the latest trends, developments and thinking through a mix of technical presentations and individual case studies.

  • Gordon Talbot, Project Director Ian Ritchie Architects

  • James O'Callaghan, Senior Partner, Eckersley O'Callaghan

  • Benoit Domercq, General Manager Europe & Middle East, AGC Glass

  • Giles Martin, Director, Wilkinson Eyre

  • Nick Owen, Partner, Simpson Haugh

  • Martin Grinnell, Associate Director, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (Europe)

  • Robert Peebles, Partner. PLP

Featured case studies will include Twenty Two Bishopsgate, Battersea Power Station Phase 1: Circus West Village.

PLACES ARE LIMITED SO PLEASE REGISTER TO SECURE YOUR FREE DELEGATE PASS

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