Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit 2018

26-27 June 2018
Doltone House – Darling Island Wharf
Sydney NSW

#SSSAUS18

Shaping the Future of Australia’s Skyline


With no sight of dense urbanisation slowing, architects and engineers face myriad challenges when developing new high-rise buildings and skyscrapers to cater for growing vertical cities. With a focus on sustainable materials, lowered energy ratings, innovative and advancing technology, liveability and appealing design, those who create Australian skylines have much to consider.

At the Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit, 26 - 27 June at Doltone House Sydney, these themes and trends will be comprehensively discussed by industry experts. Like no other industry event in the Southern Hemisphere, the Summit convenes an array of speakers and attendees from across the globe, who all have highly valuable international and local sector insights.

This knowledge sharing event focuses on innovation in design, greener solutions, technological advancement, new concepts and ideas, case studies, panel discussions and specialised networking sessions over the two-day event.



Shaping the Future of Australia’s Skyline

 

Sponsors and Partners

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Richard Francis-Jones
Richard Francis-Jones

Design Director fjmt

Philip Vivian |
Philip Vivian

Director Bates Smart

Michele Pasca di Magliano
Michele Pasca di Magliano

Associate Director Zaha Hadid Architects

Koichi Takada |
Koichi Takada

Principal Koichi Takada Architects

Paul Walter |
Paul Walter

Director Atlas Urban

Mark Giles
Mark Giles

Senior Associate PTW Architects

Chris Johnson |
Chris Johnson

CEO Urban Taskforce

Eve Clark |
Eve Clark

Design Director AMP Capital


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FEATURED TOPICS

After launching in 2017, the Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit has quickly become one of the most renowned high-rise and skyscraper events. The two-day Summit attracts internationally known speakers who will hold presentations, participate in panel discussions, and explore a variety of case studies on topics including:


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How to Best Design Human-centric Buildings?
Modern architecture must assist a city’s livability by facilitating social synergy and encouraging social interactions between occupants. Architecture and health are now in direct correlation and are increasingly under the microscope during the design process.

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Lifecycle Thinking in Tall Buildings:
Towards Timber Towers

Over 30% of a tower’s carbon emissions arise purely from its materials and construction processes. Constructing timber structures can help to drastically reduce these emissions, so it is important to explore the opportunities and challenges of such systems.

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Striking a Balance: High-Rise Building from a Developer’s Perspective

The view from a developer’s eyes can be very different to what those around them see. How do the people who initiate high-rise projects perceive tall-buildings and what they might bring to a space?

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Planning and Designing with New Technology: The Future of The High-Rise
Innovative and smart tall-buildings are becoming recognisable mainstays within city skylines. But how are planners keeping up with the latest technologies to successfully create these new-age buildings?

Other topics include:
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x  How Vertical Urbanism Can Transform Communities
x  The Human Element of Timber Tower Buildings

x  How the Past of the Skyscraper Can Inform the Present
x  Designing Buildings with the Future in Mind
x  Defining High-Performance Facades Within a High-Rise Context
x  A tall order - Reducing our footprint
x  Sydney’s Smartest Skyscrapers – Heightening Innovation, Environmental Consciousness, and Quality of Life
x  Designing Safe and Quality High-Rise Concrete Structures
x  Foundation Design Processes for Super-Tall Buildings

 

ENGAGE · CONNECT · DISCUSS

The Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit welcomes attendees involved in the architecture, façade design, engineer & construction sectors, as well as those in charge of high-rise tower maintenance. The Summit is an exclusive opportunity to connect with people in every area of the industry.


Profile of Delegates


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ARCHITECTS


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ENGINEERS


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DEVELOPERS


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URBAN PLANNERS


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BUILDING OWNERS & FACILITY MANAGERS


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MUNICIPAL & GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENTS


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REGULATORY &
STANDARDS AUTHORITIES


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PROCUREMENT
DIRECTORS



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SUSTAINABILITY
CONSULTANTS

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DISCOVER


Exciting high-rise developments
 from the emerging to the iconic

INTERVIEW ARCHIVE

2017 SUMMIT TESTIMONIALS

It was a fantastic event to meet those immersed in all aspects of the design & construction of these marvellous structures. I was pleasantly surprised by the calibre of attendees & have made some great contacts to follow up. I would recommend this event to those in the market wanting to supply or consult to this building group.

Howard Tee
Product Manager
Hotbeam P.L

Overall it was a well-run event, good quality speakers and delegates. A good cross section of the construction industry represented,
e.g. builders, developers, architects, engineers, manufacturers.

Thanh Huynh
R&D, Engineering Services Director
USG Boral


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26-27 June 2018

Doltone House – Darling Island Wharf
Sydney NSW

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