Footprint+ 2023: Atelier Ten highlights

We’re delighted to be partnering with Footprint+ again for 2023, and supporting the UK’s property event dedicated to sustainability for another year.

Taking place in Brighton, UK, this June (6th-8th), the programme of events is focused around some of the key issues of the moment – including timber, the circular economy, and retrofit. A team of delegates from Atelier Ten will be present throughout, so do come and say hello if you see us. We’ll also be participating in a panel. looking at retrofit in heritage contexts, and supporting the conference bar.

See our roundup of highlights below, and then see you in Brighton!

6th – 8th June
The Atelier Ten Bar

Join us throughout the three days for a refreshment and a catch up.

Timber in construction: The global challenge
6th June, 10:45 – 11:30

Our recently published report,‘Myth-Busting Mass Timber’, has fine-tuned our attention to the sustainable use of timber throughout the construction process – from forestry, to supply chains, to assembly. This introductory session is set to provide a similar overview of the challenges.

Space House: Retrofitting a Modernist Icon
7th June, 13:00 – 13:45

Join Atelier Ten technical director, Younha Rhee, as she discusses our ongoing work on the adaptive reuse of Space House, alongside architect Squire & Partners, and developer Seaforth Land.

The embodied carbon of building services – improving transparency
7th June, 15:30 – 16:15

We’re doing lots of work into the reduction of embodied carbon in building services, so we’re looking forward to see where this panel takes the discussion.

Sustainable regeneration and the role of an electricity microgrid
8th June, 10:45 – 11:30

Our work in energy analysis, masterplanning and environmental design means we’re always excited to hear how renewables are integrated into developments. In this panel, we’ll hear about an innovative new approach in Milton Keynes.

How is the circular economy best quantified?
8th June, 12:15 – 13:00

Taking resource scarcity and material use seriously is of paramount importance in our sector. In this panel, the experts will be looking at how materials passports, systems thinking, and data management can contribute to circular construction.

Join in on the fun by buying tickets whilst still available!