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Delivering Future-Friendly Buildings: the next 800 years?
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GreenBRIDGE and the Living Laboratory for Sustainability are hosting the Sustainable Retrofit Challenge 2013. It is a design and retrofit competition, calling on participants to propose innovative yet realistic design solutions for the University of Cambridge Chemistry Department.
The event opens at 6pm, June 26th with a keynote lecture by Dr Brenda Boardman of the University of Oxford, titled Delivering Future-Friendly Buildings: the next 800 years? This talk is followed by a wine reception.
The event continues on June 27th, with the participating team presentations to the judges and the awarding of £1000 in prizes to the winners. The award ceremony will be followed by a wine reception.
This talk is part of the Sustainability in the Built Environment (GreenBRIDGE) series.
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