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28 October 2019
19:00 – 21:30 GMT

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The Barley Mow – Upper floor
82 Duke Street, London, W1K 6JF
Tube: Bond Street

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Glass is one of the most important elements of architecture yet its aesthetic and structural credentials are often underestimated.

Rather than being a key piece of the design puzzle from the early conceptual stages, its contribution to the success of a project is considered later in the process, leaving it to perform only its basic functions in the form of windows, rooflights or cladding.

But the tide of a technological revolution is rising and many clients, from private owners renovating their house to companies building their new flagship stores, are re-discovering the qualities of this material and ask to interior designers and architects to use it in innovative ways.

What is the role of glass in the architecture and structural engineering of 21st Century buildings? What can it offer to the delivery of complex projects beyond function and beauty? Where has it been stretched to its physical and mechanical limits to improve efficiency?

Tiziano Massarutto is an architect and structural glazing specialist with significant expertise in highly complex glass engineering systems with a long-term experience and track record in providing significant executive support to top architectural firms. He is the co-founder of JT Glass - trading name of JT Lab Limited. In this talk, he will show us what is glass beyond glass.

 

 

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30 September 2019
19:00 – 21:30 GMT

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The Barley Mow – Upper floor
82 Duke Street, London, W1K 6JF
Tube: Bond Street

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Architects and urban planners are starting to use advanced satellite images and drones in their projects, but the potential of these innovative analytical tools is still largely untapped. We focus on drawings and photographs but we often miss the wider perspective offered by a view from above.

How much “hidden” information about our planet and our cities can be discovered with new technologies? What can satellites do now and what they may able to do in ten years time to help us building better and more sustainable cities? How can machine learning contribute to tackle pollution, reduce waste production and prevent environmental disasters?

After graduating in Computer Science, Leonardo worked as a software developer with a focus on data and spatial analysis.

In 2016 he co-founded Studiomapp, a startup that develops digital solutions measuring and improving the liveability of urban areas, increasing the efficiency of construction sites and enhancing the sustainability of architecture. In this talk, Leonardo will tell us how the evolution of artificial intelligence will influence the future of the building industry.

 

 

Virginia Cinquemani is a BREEAM qualified entrepreneur with a background in architecture and project management. After heading the Strategic Partnership team of the BRE Academy for years, in 2018 she founded Green Gorilla, a training and coaching company for sustainability professionals. She will share with...

Alberto Cibinetto, Matteo Sartori and Valentino Nicola are specialised in describing and narrating architecture through images and emotions. Together they founded Baumatte, an architectural visualisation studio, and Bauclassroom, a certified training centre. They will accompany us in their workshop and show us some of their...

Martina Juvara is an urban designer with more than 25 years’ experience in large-scale masterplans, policy-making and regeneration projects in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. In 2013 she founded Urban Silence, a team of urban strategists advising cities and investors on how to promote...