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AJ Designing Tall Buildings - The Next Chapter

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Collaborative working and going beyond conceptual design

Designing Tall Buildings - The Next Chapter
Collaborative working and going beyond conceptual design
Wednesday 21st May 2008 -Inmarsat, London EC1Y 1AX

Vast quantities of high-rise developments are planned across the UK and Ireland. Some have been caught up in the planning system, others have just been granted planning approval, but very few have actually been built. The architectural community must now learn from those projects which are nearing completion in order to move visionary designs and concepts to the next stage.

Bridging the gap between the various disciplines involved in a high-rise scheme is vital to successful delivery. As the creative force behind a project, architects need to understand how design, building services and structural core come together to facilitate efficient construction once planning permission has been granted, or risk never having their designs realised.

Want to learn from others who have had their designs built ?

The 3rd annual AJ ‘Designing Tall Buildings’ conference brings together the key industry figures involved in high-rise design and delivery to address the latest design and strategic challenges associated with tall building schemes.

Key sessions include:

  • Overview of high-rise planning guidance from key authorities across the UK and Ireland

  • Assessing what the current economic climate holds for future high-rise demand

  • Exploring the functionality of tall buildings

To register visit: www.designingtall.co.uk or call 0845 056 8069

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