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Building Nature into Architecture


Event by Wood Window Alliance.
The Wood Window Alliance is an organisation that promotes and champions the beauty, efficiency and durability of wood window frames.

Join us at "Building Nature into Architecture", a thought-leading industry event.

How wood can help improve sustainability, lower carbon emissions, reduce waste and even decrease stress in modern buildings.

The use of wood as a building material has been shown to reduce carbon emissions in both manufacturing processes and construction, improve sustainability through abundance, variety and renewability, and help reduce stress and improve well-being in classrooms, offices and care facilities.

Following a highly successful event in Manchester, Join us in Nottingham to rediscover the beauty of wood as a building material, and discuss its intrinsic qualities, its use as a traditional material, and its ability to provide modern solutions to many of the challenges faced by our built environment.

You will gain insights from expert speakers at this networking event, presentation and panel discussion.


  • Alexandra McCartney, Associate Partner at Hopkins Architects

  • Other speakers currently TBC

Checkout highlights from our Manchester event here

To register a place at this free event Click Here

Organiser of Building Nature into Architecture

The Nottingham and Derby Society of Architects are a local branch of RIBA East Midlands and are working to improve the quality of architecture and urban spaces within our cities.

The committee is formed completely of volunteers working hard alongside their jobs within architecture and related industries to provide knowledge, content and events for local architects and others interested in our built environment.

Thank you for your support!

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