London Festival of Architecture

On 28th June 2016 the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) hosted an event Tomorrow’s Thinking as part of the London Festival of Architecture. The event addressed how the physical fabric of buildings and spaces can keep up with, and respond to, constant transformations and the ever-evolving user. Although impossible to determine what change might come next, discussion and thinking about these issues is essential.

Robert Adam presented the Tomorrow's Home research as part of this event.  For more information and full event details click here.

RIBA - Recrafting Farnham event 2016

On Monday 18th April 2016 Robert Adam, Kurt Mueller from Grainger plc and Lily Bernheimer from Space Works Consulting presented the Tomorrow's Home research as part of the events and consultation into the redevelopment of Farnham in Hampshire. Read more about Recrafting Farnham





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On 11th June 2015 ADAM Urbanism and Grainger plc hosted an event to discuss the findings of the Tomorrow's Home research and the implications in the context of London, as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2015.

The design of our homes and residential areas will need to change to accommodate these new living and working patterns, but how?  This event presented the findings of the research and then an full open debate was held to discuss the implications of these findings in the context of London.

Academy of Urbanism

On 14th May 2015 , Lily Bernheimer of Space Works Consulting presented the findings of the ‘Tomorrow’s Home research at the Academy of Urbanism, to a group of members and non-members.

A video of the presentation given by Lily Bernheimer is available on the Academy of Urbanism website or use this link

Academy of Urbanism - Tomorrow's Home presentation



RESI 2015

On 9th September 2015 at the RESI conference, Robert Adam presented a brief look into the Tomorrow's Home research at the new Speakers' Corner.



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