Making its Australian debut, the highly acclaimed Smart Skyscrapers Summit comes to Melbourne in March of 2017. Inspired by its Middle Eastern counterpart in Dubai, the extremely successful and internationally renowned Smart Skyscrapers Summit will be the first of its kind to come to the Southern Hemisphere.
Attracting a wide array of speakers from a multitude of structural and architectural fields from across the globe, this cutting edge industry event provides a unique opportunity for delegates to shape the future of the Australian skyline in years to come.
A platform for knowledge sharing and networking, this event will survey projects in development in the Australian context whilst simultaneously looking to and drawing inspiration from examples abroad. An outstanding, exclusive opportunity to be exposed to new, innovative ideas, the Summit will focus on how cities adapt and cope with the demands of structural change, technological advances and environmental factors.
Emphasising smart, sustainable and green solutions for high-rise development, the Smart Skyscrapers Summit is the foremost fastest growing high-rise building design event that will see a huge cross section of field experts providing leading global and regional perspectives on the future of skyscraper development.
Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit launches in 2017 as the most prominent two day event on smart and sustainable high-rise design & construction. Already a huge hit in the Middle East, the Summit will attract internationally renowned speakers who will hold presentations, panel discussions, case studies and Q&A sessions on topics including:
The Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit will see delegates involved in the
architecture, facade design, engineering, construction as well as maintenance of high-rise towers.
Meet the Who’s Who of the industry at this unique event.
Profile of Delegates
Australia has witnessed a sweeping rise in the construction of high-rise residential and commercial buildings in the last decade. Already home to 325 towers of 100 metres or taller in height, Australia is expecting new additions of around 272 towers. In Melbourne alone, 111 new towers are in the pipeline, reflecting greater international trends in high-rise construction. Over the next half decade, residential height records are expected to be broken in most major Australian cities. As early as 2019, Melbourne’s Southbank skyline will house the tallest apartment building in the Southern Hemisphere at 317 metres, surpassing the Eureka Tower.
What our Dubai's Smart Skyscrapers Summit Participants Had to Say about the event:
"I would like to congratulate you for organising this year’s event. I found the lectures very interesting, covering a wide range of topics that is related with high-rise buildings. As an architect, I was glad to listen to A. Abut and Stephan Frantzen. I also enjoyed the hospitality of Sofitel and the warm welcoming of the hostess for all lectures."
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