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London Festival of Architecture announcement
Engineering and design consultancy chapmanbdsp will be hosting an event as part of the London Festival of Architecture.
Titled, ‘The Secrets Of Designing Sustainable Buildings In Different Climates’, the talk will focus on revealing how chapmanbdsp provided sustainable solutions on three landmark projects - the newly completed Centre Buildings Redevelopment for the London School of Economics, the award-winning Britam Tower and the masterplan for Manoel Island, currently in construction in Malta.
The presentation on the LSE building will be given by Lucy Vereenooghe, the chapmanbdsp Operations Director who led the project.
The talks on the Britam Tower - which was recently crowned the 2019 MEP Engineering Project of the Year at the Council for Tall Buildings on Urban Habitats Awards - and Manoel Island will be led by chapmanbdsp Board Director Ian Duncombe.
The event, which will be held on the evening of June 19th and is free to attend, will be held at chapmanbdsp’s offices in central London.
The talk will cover building facades, early modelling and analysis, reducing carbon, harvesting the ‘passive’ elements of design and demonstrate how an integrated and holistic approach to design and engineering helps realise visions while saving the planet.
chapmanbdsp has collaborated with the world’s leading architects and provided engineering and environmental solutions on projects around the world. The company is headquartered in London with offices in Kent, Birmingham and the Middle East.
The London Festival of Architecture, which celebrates London as the global hub for design, runs from 1-30 June.
The event, which started in 2004, is now the world’s largest annual architecture festival. The vast majority of events are free and this year’s festival theme is ‘exploring boundaries’.
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