The Futurebuild event will take place in ExCeL, London, between 05-07 March and it’s the No.1 destination to explore and tackle the biggest challenges impacting the built environment and beyond.
The event will focus on exploring and tackling the biggest challenges impacting the industry and will be a unique destination for visitors to gain unrivalled insight and hands-on experience around the latest innovations, products and materials in order to address these challenges.
Developed in conjunction with renowned, industry leading partners, such as ICE - institution of civil engineers , New London architecture, CIBSE - Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, International well being institute; RIBA - Royal Institute of British Architects, CIAT, among others, futurebuild will provide over 500 hours of structured learning across an inspiring conference programme, 11 seminar streams and 4 workshops.
CORKBRICK EUROPE, will be represented by our CEO & Founder , Miguel Reynolds Brandão, who was invited by Duncan Baker (Director, BBM Sustainable Design & Senior Lecturer University of Brighton) to be one of the over 25 industry-leading speakers to give a speech at “Waste Zone”.
The Waste Talk seminar zone will explore ways in which waste materials can be integrated into construction projects, how existing buildings can be deconstructed instead of demolished, and how new buildings can be designed as material stores for the future.
Miguel Reynolds Brandão, representing CORKBRICK EUROPE , will be speaking at the "Future material resources" panel, sharing the panel with other 5 (five) experts under the chair of Rob Holdway, from Brunel University London.
To CORKBRICK EUROPE, the participation on this event makes total sense, once the event itself is a true reflection of our company philosophy and product characteristics .
We made the first sustainable dynamic structures and furniture, so for us it’s an enormous honor to be an active part on this event, that aims, above all, to contribute for a better world. A world where we want to live and continue building, but this time leaving a sustainable footprint.
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