06 February 2018
06 February 2018
CompIC ME, a leading Middle East construction industry conference dedicated to the use of composite materials within construction, will see Ben Piper, Partner and Design Principal for Killa Design, discuss their latest development ‘The Office of the Future’.
Developed with Gensler, and currently the home for the Dubai Future Foundation, as well as an exhibition space and incubator for future emerging technologies in the region, the office presents the most advanced 3D printed building in the world. This is the first fully functional, inhabited 3D printed building ever, and Ben will be discussing the lessons learned from design to build.
With UAE based composite manufacturers continuing to deliver landmark composite structures across the world and keeping the composite architectural spotlight firmly on the region, the CompIC ME conference confirms its vital role in communicating the possibilities for composites in this field.
End-users, architects, asset owners, composite manufacturers, material suppliers, engineers, consultants, designers and academics can still register their participation. Please visit http://mecompositesin.construction/ for more information.
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