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Architects' Journal - Facade Design 2008

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Achieving technical excellence in facade design

Thursday 16th October 2008

http://www.emapconferences.co.uk/facadedesign

AJ's Facade Design 2008 conference helps you fine-tune your technical understanding of what affects the building envelope, so you have the knowledge to design projects with that 'wow' factor.

Deciding which facade system and materials to use can be challenging. Refine your understanding of the latest innovations in the market at this one-day conference.

Balancing costs and energy performance of a facade can be a challenge. Do you need help?

With growing demands from clients for cost-effective facades and increased Government legislation on energy efficiency, architects need to balance many requirements when designing a building facade project.

Attend Facade Design 2008 to find out about managing costs and improving energy efficiency on your facade project.

Plus! Hear detailed case studies on the technicalities of designing a facade for different building types.

Facade Design 2008 can provide you with the technical understanding you need when designing the facade of your project.

Attend to:

  • Develop technical expertise in facade systems and materials

  • Improve energy performance in your building envelope

  • Network with fellow practitioners and discuss their experience with facades

  • Discover how the building core can determine facade aesthetic

  • Hear in-depth case studies on leading of facades in residential, office and mixed-use developments.

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