Only a few final tickets remain for AJ Summit on 4 April, which will be attended by clients including British Land and Argent
Director at Central and consultant Patricia Brown will be leading a discussion entitled ’Why we need a shared vision to affect real change’, while Emily Hamilton from Grosvenor and dRMM’s Alex de Rijke will be contributing to a debate on how architects and developers can pull together for a more sustainable future.
Another highlight is a session on how better collaboration can aid the design process, featuring Karen Livingstone of the Science Museum, British Land’s Roger Madelin and Steve Sanham from HUB.
Hosted by developer U+I at its head office in London’s Victoria, AJ Summit: Collaborate to Create will also feature sessions which include speakers from Urban Splash, Network Rail, Brick by Brick, Solidspace and North West Cambridge.
To download the full programme and to book tickets, click here
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What is AJ Summit?
AJ Summit explores the vital relationship between architects and their clients, bringing together high-profile individuals to share, innovate and learn to partner better.
When and where is it taking place?
Thursday 4 April, 9am to 6pm at London U+I Head Office, 7A Howick Place, London SW1P 1DZ
What’s happening on the day?
The morning will be dedicated to sessions on keynote themes – a combination of talks, interviews and debates. In the afternoon we will showcase case studies of some of the UK’s most innovative schemes, where clients and architects share their experiences and identify key ingredients for success. The event is rounded off by drinks and networking. Click here to view the full programme.
What’s in it for me?
- Increase your understanding of what clients want and how to build a successful relationship
- Learn from stand-out case studies of effective partnerships
- Hear from key clients and prominent architects from across the industry
- Debate the biggest challenges facing the sector
- Network with industry leaders and decision-makers
To see the full list, please click here
- Carl Turner
- Roger Madelin
- Emma Cariaga
- Paul Monaghan
- Heather Topel
- Lyle Chrystie
- Roger Zogolovitch
- Friedrich Ludewig
- Paul Karakusevic
- Roma Agrawal
- Patricia Brown
- Martyn Evans
- Damion Burrows
- Colm Lacey