March 13 2012

Ecobuild 2012 Conference: London, United Kingdom

The Ecobuild logo

Are you interested in sustainability, but not sure where to get the latest information, sample products, and meet like-minded people? The upcoming Ecobuild conference in London, United Kingdom could be just the event for you.

Ecobuild is, put simply, the place to go to update your environmental expertise and put yourself ahead of the competition in this ever more competitive architectural world. The Landscape Institute, the professional body for landscape architecture obviously agrees with this sentiment, choosing EcoBuild as the event at which to launch its first ever guide for clients.

Run simply as a trade show, highlighting the latest products available to a quickly saturating market, Ecobuild would struggle to get the punters through the door. Seminars, special guest speakers and guideline launches help the cause, but it is the living, working examples of sustainable architecture that really make Ecobuild stand out as an event. Where else can you walk around, venture inside, nip upstairs and test first hand the durability and visual appeal of the latest in cutting edge sustainable home design? Architects across the United Kingdom are aspiring to make their designs ever more sustainable, so the chance to interact with projects including the LoCaL house and Finnish log home really is an opportunity not to be missed.

So are you interested in sustainability? With building prototypes, seminars, and over 1,500 sustainable construction products on display it is probably worth getting yourself down to the ExCeL conference and exhibition centre, London between March 20th and 22nd.

For more information visit the Ecobuild website.

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Ashley Roberts

Ashley Roberts is a recent graduate of the University of Nottingham, England, with a Diploma in Architecture and is now studying for his part-three accreditation. Still living in Nottingham, but with strong links to Liverpool and London, he has a passion for the continued and sustainable development of all three cities. Ashley has a particular interest in how we can use green technologies as a catalyst to improve the spaces around us. Follow him on twitter: @ashjroberts

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