LEAF International 2015
LEAF International will be coming to the landmark capital of architecture in 2015. The Forum will take place in London from 14th -16th October 2015. Now in its 15th year we will be bringing together senior decision makers from leading international architectural practices, contractors, developers, engineers and supplier partners to learn about the latest industry developments and to network with the entire industry supply chain.
LEAF Mission Statement
The only high level, one to one business development platform for leading specifiers and suppliers to discuss future building projects.
The event will include a comprehensive programme of high level keynote presentations on future building project wins that will be premiered at LEAF International making our forum the only launch pad for recently won projects. Previous LEAF events have seen the official presentation of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, Gensler’s Shanghai Tower and BDP’s Kuwait Cultural Centre.
LEAF International will focus on specifying for future projects via our unique customized private one to one meetings platform designed specifically to facilitate business development opportunities both for supplier partners and high level specifiers from the international design and build community, complemented with numerous networking activities.
We are also holding a separate awards ceremony on the evening of Friday October 16th. Join us at the prestigious LEAF Awards for an evening gala dinner honouring the most recent global architectural projects.
To view the full list of WINNERS from the LEAF Awards 2014 please click here
The LEAF International Forum congratulates The Crawford Partnership on their nomination in the SBID International Design Awards 2014.
Latest Industry News from Malcolm Reading Consultants.
LEAF International are delighted to announce that Keith Williams, Design Director from Keith Williams Architects will be chairing the 14th Annual event. Keith, who established his multi-award winning London based firm in 2001, will offer invaluable insight and expertise into the industry’s pressing challenges.
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Newnham College has contracted UK-based practice Walters & Cohen Architects to design the initial phase of a project to deliver inspiring accommodation for students.
Faithful+Gould has received a contract from Halul Real Estate Investment Company to provide project management services to the new 460,000m² Doha Oasis mixed-use development in Qatar.
Brookfield Multiplex has received a contract to design and build London Wall Place in the UK, which will consist of an extensive landscaped public realm and two commercial buildings.
Switzerland Federal Authorities have given planning permission for the Geneva airport 'aile_EST', or east wing project, a 520m-long Non-Schengen facility designed by London-based architect firm Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
Dubai-based real estate investment firm SKAI Holdings has completed more than 30% of the construction of its $1bn Viceroy Dubai Palm Jumeirah development, in time for the 2016 opening.
Harvard Art Museums have re-opened after a refurbishment and expansion project designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano together with Payette.
Samsung C&T has received a contract from Alpine Return, a joint venture between United Malayan Land and Symphony Life, for the construction of a Star Development in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Forest of Dean district council has approved the UK Homes and Communities Agency's (HCA) plan for a £100m regeneration programme to transform a former mining area in the Forest of Dean.
Paris city council has reportedly turned down plans to construct the city's first skyscraper in the shape of a giant glass pyramid, dubbed Triangle Tower, which was planned to be built in the city's south-west Porte de Versailles area.
The track design has been revealed for the world's tallest rollercoaster Skyscraper, which is being developed as part of the $250m Skyplex indoor entertainment complex at International Drive and Sand Lake Road in Orlando, Florida, US.