An impressive list of industry experts from architecture, development and the arts are set to share their knowledge at ARCHITECT@WORK, 30th to 31st January. This two-day trade show with a focus on architectural innovation will take place at The Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch. It includes free admission for registered trade visitors and complimentary catering throughout, which encourages networking and downtime as well as deal-making opportunities.

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