What is Architecture Tomorrow?
Architecture Tomorrow provides an exceptional opportunity for Architects to showcase their future projects to over 4,500 clients, developers and investors.
Held at MIPIM UK, the UK’s largest gathering of property and real estate professionals and curated by the AJ, Architecture Tomorrow is a curated gallery of future British architectural projects. Entries are now closed, practices with projects that have been curated will be contacted shortly.
Hear what from some of last year's exhibited practices, Ben Adams Architects, Scott Browrigg and Farrells:
Curated projects will require payment to secure their place in the exhibition. For more information on how you can make the most of your time at Architecture Tomorow, click here to view the networking opportunities brochure
What’s new for 2015?
Following detailed feedback we are making several changes to this year’s exhibition including…
•Concierge service - FREE concierge service to all exhibitors in 2015, meaning you don’t have to be tied to your boards all day and can make the most of being out of the office. Prospective clients and interested parties can simply contact the concierge desk who will arrange a meeting either on the stand or in one of our dedicated meeting rooms
•Extra on stand activities - including round table sessions and free give-aways throughout the 3 days of the event to ensure we deliver the maximum amount of traffic to the ATOM pavilion
•Lead generation - space underneath your project board for you to leave your business cards for interested parties to pick up. Plus there will be a space on each board for potential clients to leave theirs too for you to follow up with.
•Vastly increased seating space on the stand for networking or working
•QR Codes – Each templated gallery exhibit will include a QR code which can be directed to a webpage of your choice to increase the amount of information attendees can learn about your practice
Contact Francesca Verdusco for more information: 020 3033 2660 |Francesca.Verdusco@EMAP.com