The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) UK Chapter hosted presentations and panel discussion at the RIBA London on Thursday 31 January, supported by Zaha Hadid Architects and ABB Group.
Reflecting on the lessons learned from the past 50 years, the presentations and panel discussion explored the future of our built environment in cities designed to be sustainable and smart, socially responsive and self-learning:
- The main discoveries of the past 50 years that have influenced our built environment
- How artificial intelligence and big data inform the city of the future
- How smart technologies can improve the social, environmental and economic balance of our cities
- Improving the integration of research into Smart Tall Buildings and Smart Cities
The panel of speakers presented their latest research with a focus on how greater collaboration can be implemented across the disciplines shaping our urban environment.
- Peter Murray of New London Architecture
- Simon Giles of Tyrens London
- Carolyn Dwyer of City of London Corporation
- David Nicholl of ABB
- Patrik Schumacher of Zaha Hadid Architects
Organised by Viviana Muscettola and Katrin Förster