Architecture Summit

The Architecture Summit, a specialist conference taking place at New York Build 2018, allows NY's leading professionals to discuss the latest industry developments and network with their peers. Hear from New York's leading architectural practices on recent projects, sustainable design, affordable housing, market conditions and much more!

Network with Architects; Developers; Major Contractors; Government Representatives; Specifiers; and Software Developers. Plus, get the latest industry reports and publications!

The Features Hub at New York Build will play host to a number of fantastic PechaKucha Sessions, entitled New York State of Mind.

Starting at 2:30pm on March 20th, these sessions will offer a platform to a diverse mix of enthusiastic speakers, each of whom will speak for 20 seconds x 20 images. During these dynamic, fast-paced and engaging sessions, speakers will discuss what New York means to them, and where they draw inspiration for use in their daily lives.

If you're be interested in speaking within our PechaKucha, contact benjamin@oliverkinross.com.

2017 Presenter List for PechaKucha

Debra Kriensky // Conservation Biologist, NYC Audubon Society 

Jessica Sheridan // Senior Associate, Mancini Duffy and NY Regional Representative, AIA Strategic Council

March Chadwick // President, M.Arch Architects

Maria Aiolova // Co-Founder, Terreform ONE

Susan Elbin // Director of Conservation and Science, NYC Audubon Society 

Wes Rozen // Partner, Situ Studio

Matthew Mahon // Senior Acoustics and Audiovisual Consultant, ARUP

Sophie Pennetier // Senior Structural Engineer, ARUP

New York Affordable Housing Competition - Winners VR Showcase March 20th - 3:30pm

New York Affordable Housing Competition

This competition acts as a challenge to the architectural community. To those just starting out in the industry as well as those who are known across the world, the question is this. How do we use the limited resources, both in terms of plots of land and the availability of finance, to create homes and communities that can continue to be diverse and open to all? To find out more, click here.