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Get your tickets now for October’s AJ Spec Live - Now CPD Accredited

Book your seat now for this week’s upcoming AJ Spec Live focussing on lighting

AJ Spec Live will return on Thursday 29 October from the wallacespace, Clerkenwell, with case study presentations from Tim Greatrex on House of Vans and Rick Mather Architects on the Lyric, Hammersmith. 

Speirs + Major will discuss the special relationship between light and architecture, with emphasis on the way that both electric light and daylight can be utilised to inform materials and create atmospheric spaces.

Hear Deltalight’s take on architectural lighting and SimpsonHaugh and Partners talking about their work to transform the Grade II* listed town hall extension in Manchester.

The event is now CPD accredited by the independent CPD Certification Service.

Full list of speakers

  • David Green, partner, SimpsonHaugh and Partners
  • Tim Greatrex, owner, Tim Greatrex Architects
  • Benz Roos, senior designer, Speirs + Major
  • Patrick Berning, architect, Rick Mather Architects
  • Luisa Scardovi, senior lighting designer, Deltalight
  • Chair: Owen Pritchard, AJ Specification

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

Join us on 29 October to get involved in the debate

Event details

When Thursday 29 October, 6pm – 9pm 

Where wallacespace, 18 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DP

Sponsored by:

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