A new & exciting educational & entertaining event for Architects, Interior Designers & anyone involved in the specification of commercial interiors.
A combination of RIBA/RIAS CPD presentations & “Meet the Expert Sessions” offering a wide variety of topics covering the challenges of specification in today’s competitive environment including; BIM Level 2 & workplace measurement tools to improve interior design & space planning. Buffet Lunch at 12.30
David Howorth (Director of UK & Middle East & Africa) and Andrew Howells (Workplace Consultancy) will be talking about the Space Race. When designing a new space, the lack of empirical data usually means that industry standards are applied. Condeco’s leading workplace measurement tools can create a be-spoke environment that best suits the individual company.
The basics of BIM Level 2 by Sean McCormick – The perfect way to develop an understanding of BIM and what it will mean for you and your practice.
Making a Centre for Carbon Innovation Calum Duncan – This was designed to achieve an exceptionally low energy demand and is the first refurbished or listed building in the world to achieve a BREEAM outstanding rating
#woolworks – Cat Hemingway – An introduction to the expertise of Bute Fabrics: the craftsmanship, manufacturing & design process. The benefits of using wool in contract interiors: upholstery & drapery. Introduction to the “Campaign for Wool”.
The Space Race – David Howorth & Andrew Howells – When designing a new space, the lack of empirical data usually means that industry standards are applied. Condeco’s leading workplace measurement tools can create a be-spoke environment that best suits the individual company.
Vinyl Wallcoverings – Diana Chan – What’s available in wallcovering and how it works, digital bespoke prints, dry erase, durability and maintenance.
Interior Lighting Design – James Norrish – Offering the architect an insight into and understanding of the different lamps available for use within architectural interiors and better placed to specify the correct light sources for the environments they are developing.