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Architecture Tomorrow: an exhibition for clients, brought to you by the Architects’ Journal.

Architecture tomorrow

Architecture Tomorrow is a curated exhibition of future projects that will take place in the Architecture Pavilion at MIPIM UK (15 to 17 October, Olympia). UK and international client visitors will be able to view work by UK practices, organized by building type. Eligible projects will either be in design, or under construction, but will be for named clients.

The main delegate groups at MIPIM UK will be public sector clients, developers, and other property professionals. Their interests will include commercial property and public infrastructure projects including education, health and housing.

In addition, UKTI will be hosting groups of overseas delegates interested in learning about UK expertise.

Why enter?

  • Displaying your work in the Architecture Tomorrow Pavilion at MIPIM UK will allow you to demonstrate your practice’s abilities and experience to a significant audience from private and public sectors.
  • In addition, exhibited work will be published in an AJ catalogue which will be distributed at the exhibition, and on-line.
  • This is the first time a major client event has been produced in the UK where architecture can form an integral part of the programme.
  • Architecture Tomorrow is FREE TO ENTER. Practices will only pay an exhibition fee if selected.

The Architects’ Journal hopes to be able to select from the widest possible range of building types, practices, and geographical locations. Our intention is to produce an exhibition which shows what sorts of buildings and environments we can expect to see in the next few years.

Projects selected for exhibition by an in-house AJ panel will be charged at a rate of £1,500 plus VAT.  For this you will get your project(s) showcased in the gallery, and 1 database plus delegate pass to MIPIM (face value £645). Your project will be published in an AJ supplement, which will act as a free catalogue at the exhibition, and on the AJ website.  

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