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Book for June’s AJ Spec Live: Walls, Ceilings & Partitions

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Book your seat now for this month’s upcoming AJ Spec Live on Tuesday 30 June, focussing on walls, ceilings and partitions

Case studies will include Ryder Architecture’s Aberdeen Criminal Justice Centre. Marks Barfield will discuss its Greenwich Gateway Pavilion, the idea, concept and execution and SAS International will focus on its use of 3D printing in the realisation of this project.

Hugh Broughton Architects’ will be talking about the refurbishment of the Institution of Structural Engineers’ new headquarters in Islington looking closely at the new glass-fronted building which will enhance the institution’s role within the professional community.

Hear Orms discuss the first six months in the new Orms Studio, providing a focus on the sliding walls, bespoke metal rafts and acoustically lined walls which forms their new home. 

The full list of speakers

  • Adam Knight, director, Hugh Broughton Architects
  • John McRae, director, Orms
  • Chris Malcolm, architectural director, Ryder Architecture
  • Matthew Butchard, research and development lead designer, SAS International
  • Nick Schumann, founder and managing director, Schumann Consult

AJ Specification Live is a series of free monthly AJ events, in association with NLA with afternoon talks providing in-depth information on design, specification, building materials and construction methods, followed by networking drinks.

Join us on 30 June at the NLA to get involved in the debate.

Event details

When Tuesday 30 June, 4 – 6pm
Where NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store St, London WC1E 7BT

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