Materials 2017, the new show focused entirely on materials for architecture, construction, and design, will make its debut tomorrow, 25 April, at the ILEC Conference Centre, Earls Court, London.
At a time when sprawling, broad-based shows are being put into question, Materials 2017’s offering indicates a promising return for attendees.
A vibrant exhibition area and Meet the Buyers Forum with contribution from top materials manufacturers, as well as multiple conference and CPD seminar areas, featuring major industry influencers and pioneers from academia, architecture, and design, are among the diverse range of networking and learning opportunities.
In addition, an evening reception on the 25 April from 5:00pm – featuring names from top UK architectural firms such as Levitt Bernstein, Orms, and RCKa Architects, RIBA, and Urban Design London – will explore the pros and cons of the UK leaving the European Union to the architectural profession in an Article 50 & Architecture Panel Debate.
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About the event
Materials 2017 is being launched from a collaboration between netMAGmedia Ltd and David Schindler, combining over 40 years of knowledge and experience within the construction sector. netMAGmedia Ltd’s key industry publications such as its flagship title, Architects’ Datafile (ADF), as well as other brands, serve as a powerful platform for the launch of Materials 2017. And Schindler has launched and headed up the world’s largest international real estate show, MIPIM, for Reed Exhibitions over 14 years.
This partnership of extensive industry-specific media experience and trade show expertise is sure to make Materials 2017 an invaluable event to add to the calendar. For more information visit www.materials2017.co.uk
Materials 2017 would like to thank its sponsors: Guardian Glass, Imperial Bricks, Metamark UK, and Rockfon UK.