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RIBA at Futurebuild 2024

Join RIBA at Futurebuild 2024 in London, the built environment’s most influential event for innovation and collaboration.

RIBA is a proud partner of Futurebuild 2024, the built environment’s most influential event for innovation and collaboration.

This event is now in its 18th year and is set to be the most impactful yet. It will continue its mission of taking a stand for a better built environment by showcasing ground breaking ideas, creative and inspirational innovations and crucial collaboration to help us set the stage for a greener, more resilient future.

More than 20,000 professionals from across the entire supply chain will be in attendance, including architects, planners, urban designers, landscape architects, housebuilders, developers, consultants, contractors and manufacturers.

Together, we will explore real sustainable building materials and practices and methods of delivering construction projects that are smart and sustainable.

What's new for 2024: more collaboration, more innovation

  • share your vision, show your stripes, and embrace the change will be the conference themes this year - highlighting the importance of climate change and the need to take action to work together to achieve a better built environment
  • a variety of new exhibitors alongside previous exhibitors
  • the National Retrofit Conference curated by the Retrofit Academy - a three-day programme to examine in detail how we are to deliver retrofit across the UK at the scale needed, from policy to practical delivery

RIBA at Futurebuild 2024

  • RIBA President Muyiwa Oki will take part in the discussion: Let's talk about understanding the value of architecture and how to procure it (4.15pm to 5pm, 6 March 2024)
  • RIBA Books will have a selection of titles available for sale at their dedicated stand

View the full conference programme.

Register below and join us in taking a stand and being a part of the solution for shaping the future of the built environment.