Vision 2017 Offering An Opportunity for Architect and Their Firms to Stay Ahead

Vision 2017 Offering An Opportunity for Architect and Their Firms to Stay Ahead

Vision 2017 are offering an opportunity for architect and their firms to stay ahead of the game when it comes to the increased change in technology and what this means for the built environment. It is thought that in order to stay abreast of all of the challenges and at the forefront of technological solutions, continuous learning will be demanded.

Vision has been looking at the market trends, with particular attention being paid to new products and building solution as well as the insurgence of new software. Vision is considered as a CPD accredited event that is popular for the professional development of the architectural industry. The BRE, RIBA and NLA all host talks and events as part of Vision and it thought that Vison 2017 will see the gathering of industry experts for an opportunity to learn and network.

The event will be taking place between the 6th and the 7th June and is free to attend. Taking place at Olympia London the convention. Amongst the things on display, Pocket Living will be there to outline what would be required by architects in order to create an efficient and more viable built environment. Also at the event is Archio, who will be looking more in to bespoke and prefabricated construction and how technology in this sector can be adapted in order to make one-offs or from bespoke kiosks to new micro-housing. Bio buildings will also be discussed as part of Vison 2017, with the focus being on working alongside students and academics in biology, computer science and business in order to create new materials. Astudio have been doing just that and some of these will be on display to show the significance of design while creating resilient environments. BRE, Vision’s BIM Partner, will also be giving those that attend the event the chance to network with BRE speakers in order to improve BIM education and the different certification services available.

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