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Last chance: Join Open-City’s Green Sky Thinking week – Sept 17 – 21

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This year’s theme is ‘mapping a sustainable London’

Open City is looking for proposals for its London-wide Green Sky Thinking programme running during mid September. The free five-day event centers on architects and construction professionals sharing best practice methods alongside working as a platform to showcase and debate sustainable design solutions.

The first Green Sky Thinking last summer saw over 20 practices open their doors for the week. Highlights included a tour of Lambeth’s green roofs, a visit to David Morley’s Isis Education Centre in Hyde Park and a Pecha Kucha hosted by Aedas on the vital topic of building performance monitoring.

This is your last chance to join Green Sky Thinking. There is still time to get your practice involved. Taking part in Green Sky Thinking Week offers you the chance to be part of a  B2B platform and showcase your  expertise in sustainability to decision-makers.  With the AJ as media partner, Footprint will attend and feature many events.

Email Sarah or Katie or call 020 7380 0412 ASAP for more information.


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