Places+Spaces:The Art of a Tall Building

How can a skyscraper be a solution to urban growth and create a successful public realm?

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Join PLACES + SPACES on 28th Jan to explore how high-rises influence the quality of urban life. Our insightful keynote speakers will represent @AXAIMRealAssets @SOM_Design @DanielLibeskind @WSP_UK while @SkanskaProperty and @HBReavisPL will join the panel

#YamaKarim of @DanielLibeskind joins our line-up of PLACES+SPACES speakers this January. Speaking widely on architecture, design, sustainability and urban planning, Yama will share his perspectives on #tallbuildings with our Warsaw audience. Sign up:

Honoured to announce @SOM_Design's Kent Jackson as PLACES+SPACES speaker. An advocate of SOM's pledge to meet the #AIA2030 Commitment towards a carbon-neutral built environment. Join us to learn how his creative approach responds to the individual context.

FINAL CALL: The submission deadline for the "2020 ULI Europe Awards for Excellence" is 13 January.

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High-rises of various heights, shapes & functions will be the talk of the January PLACES+SPACES. Our 1st speaker BILL PRICE, a structural engineer from @WSP was responsible for the early design development stages of #TheShard. Find out more here: