• World Architecture Festival Reveals Full Programme for WAFVirtual

    21 November 2020
    Ole Scheeren, Ben van Berkel, Jeanne Gang, Sir Peter Cook, Sir David Adjaye and Vicente Guallart all join speaker line-up

    World Architecture Festival is delighted to reveal the WAFVirtual Programme. Keynote speakers will include; Ben van Berkel of UNStudio, Sir David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates, Anuradha Mathur of University of Pennsylvania, Dilip da Cunha of Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Ralph Johnson and Jean Mah of Perkins&Will, Ole Scheeren of Büro Ole Scheeren, Vicente Guallart of Guallart Architects and Jeanne Gang of Studio Gang.

    Taking place on the 30 November – 4 December 2020, the worldwide architectural community will engage in a week of live content, special prizes, talks, panel discussions and networking opportunities with peers and our WAF partners. Registration is FREE.

    A series of talks will discuss pressing international topics including living with pandemics and winning new business in a post-Covid world, as well as looking at the very latest developments in product design, technical innovation, and emerging architects.

    There will also be coverage of special prizes including the WAF/ PechaKucha ‘Isolation Transformed’ competition, The Architecture Drawing Prize, the GROHE Water Research Prize and The AR Emerging Architecture Awards.

    WAFVirtual will be hosted by Paul Finch and Jeremy Melvin of World Architecture Festival. Attendees will be able to login to a dedicated online platform to watch sessions, network and connect, ask questions and explore a range of products from our Partners. Plus, all sessions will be available to watch ‘on-demand’ if registrants are unable to watch live.

    View the full WAFVirtual Programme here.

    To register for free for WAFVirtual in December 2020 please visit
    worldarchitecturefestival.com/wafvirtual. @worldarchfest #WAFVirtual

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