Sir David King to speak at 'What Colour is Your Building?' event Share this article

To celebrate the launch of the book 'What Colour is Your Building?', Cundall invites you to join us to learn how international climate change policy will influence how we plan, design and shape our cities, and the opportunities these present to develop integrated products and services.


Sir David King, Chair of Future Cities Catapult and recently appointed as the Foreign Secretary's Special Representative for Climate Change, will discuss the latest international thinking on reducing the environmental footprint of cities and the need for new approaches.

Hattie Hartman, Sustainability Editor of the Architects' Journal, will discuss how architects are responding to this challenge and the importance of practical guidance and sound data to make informed decisions.

David Clark, Cundall Partner and Author, will summarise key messages in the book related to measuring and reducing the carbon footprint of buildings.

7th November 2013 (Add this event to your Outlook Calendar)


6.00pm – 6.30pm – Registration & Networking
6.30pm – 7.00pm – Talks
7.00pm – 7.05pm – Book launch
7.05pm – 8.00pm – Drinks & Networking


Wren Room, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD


Audrey Martin -
T 0207 438 1747

07 Nov 2013

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