From developers and designers of buildings, a number of Informare’s clients will be attending MIPIM 2019 for its 30th anniversary.
Informare and BDG architecture + design hosted a breakfast on Boulevard La Croisette on Wednesday, fr clients, colleagues and friends, before heading to the London Stand to explore new developments and find out about the newest technologies and investment opportunities.
The prestigious real estate event offers the opportunity to connect with the industry’s key decision-makers and gain insight into the latest property trends and opportunities during 4 days of innovative exhibitions, insightful conferences and intensive business networking.
This team of architects, designers and creative thinkers has been appointed by Nike, Lego and Sony over the last 12 months.
Three years ago, BDG relocated Ogilvy to Sea Containers in London with its client WPP. Since then a series of group co-location projects has ensued in key locations of Lisbon, Madrid and Amsterdam (the latter two completing early April), followed by Prague, Milan and Paris.
BDG creates with the philosophy that buildings are foremost about people and considers its role as architects and designers to design and deliver creative and stimulating spaces for people to thrive in and enjoy.
BW is a fit out and refurbishment expert, working with occupiers, asset managers and consultants to deliver workplaces with a personal touch.
BW values its client relationships, taking the time to understand specific needs and ensuring communication is always transparent.
Everything by BW is built with personality and precision. With the intention of high-quality work provided by a team of friendly people, delivered Defect Free at practical completion.
Coplan is a private limited company that has been operating for over 12 years specialising in delivering mixed-use development schemes for projects within the M25 and regional towns in the South East.
Recent projects include the mixed-use town centre scheme Woking Gateway, the restoration of the iconic Grade-II listed Hornsey Town Hall and the mixed-use retail and office site next to Sidcup station named Station Road.
Exhibiting on the London Stand, FUTURE designs is an international lighting manufacturer delivering world class luminaires across the UK, Europe and UAE. They sit amongst the top UK privately owned lighting manufacturers within the fit-out marketplace.
This year their focus is on Wellness & Human Centric Lighting and SMART enabled lighting.
Wellness and HCL: Related to the natural daylight cycle and how decreased exposure to natural light can mean that our biological circadian rhythms can be out of sync with. and possibly detrimental to, our health.
In order to promote wellness, lighting specifiers should seek to make use of systems which vary the colour temperature of artificial light. Reproducing the colours of natural daylight and tracking it throughout the day promotes wellbeing by exposing the human body to the cycle of light which prompts it to produce the correct hormones at the correct times of day, along with cues for other biological processes. This leads to an improved sleep/wake cycle which puts less stress on the body and mind.
SMART Enabled Lighting: Lighting technology is an integral part of SMART buildings. Wireless connectivity incorporated into FUTURE designs luminaires allows communication with smart devices that report back to Building Management Systems (BMS), enhancing efficiency and productivity within commercial buildings.
USM has been a Swiss family run business since 1855. It is renowned for the quality manufacture of a high end modular storage system that was designed specifically for modular building over 50 years ago, USM Haller.
Modularity has never been so high on the agenda, a design approach that has the potential to efficiently solve the housing crisis. A Modular Mindset is a key focus on the London Stand this year and on Wednesday 13 March 16.00 – 16.25, Pascal Buisson, International Business Development Director from USM, will join a panel to discuss this very topic.
Pascal will talk about USM’s entire business being founded on a Modular Mindset, outlining its key benefits and exploring what can the construction industry learn from the design and manufacturing sector.
Established in 1968, Hurley Palmer Flatt is the largest independent multi-disciplined engineering consultancy.
It has over 450 staff are located across ten office locations delivering projects worldwide. The Group is Headquartered in London with 4 other UK offices as well as offices in Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore & Sydney.
The company works in over 50 countries across 15 sectors which includes TMT, Development, Transport, Health, Education, Pharmaceutical, Hotels, Leisure, Research, Energy and Process Engineering.
Hurley Palmer Flatt’s clients are predominantly global corporate organisations and major developers.
The projects range from large complex data centres to major corporate Headquarters. From tall buildings to ground scrapers for developers and institutions, HPF add value via BIM, Smart Technology and integrated systems. Sustainability and Wellness are key to design principles whilst ensuring suitability, flexibility and resilience.
Hurley Palmer Flatt has gained a hard-earned reputation for providing clients with the absolute confidence of working with teams that are totally focused on results, whilst demonstrating expertise, energy and determination to understand and meet its clients’ needs.
Bruceshaw is marking MIPIM’s 30th anniversary with the release of its white paper 5G and Smart Cities on 5G, the communication technology that also reaches its 30th year since inception.
Bruceshaw is a team of cost consultants and project managers who have been building relationships since 1974. Firmly rooted in the construction industry they are a leading consultancy with many other specialities. Bruceshaw’s solid experience has helped them forge strong, long-lasting relationships. This approach to building relationships has attracted a large and loyal client base.
Recent projects include the centenary extension at the prestigious Royal Air Force Club, Mayfair and the extension, refurbishment and remodel of the Grade-II listed theatre, Victoria Palace Theatre.
For further information please contact Anna King.