03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
Tue & Wed 10:00 – 18:00, Thu 10:00 – 16:00

Change one thing, change the future

Change one thing, change the future

With the focus of Futurebuild 2020 being on true innovation, we have been asking a number of our partners and industry influencers: If you could change one thing to change the future of the built environment, what would it be? You can view our video series here…

Alastair Mant

At #Futurebuild2020 we aim to tackle the biggest challenges facing the built environment.

Find out more from Alastair Mant of UKGBC on why innovation is key.

Katya Veleva

There’s no question that in order to make a difference across industry we need to have the courage to embrace change.

Find our more from Katya Veleva of Archilizer on what innovation means to her and the challenges she has faced trying to implement it.

Duncan Baker-Brown

We asked leading circular economy expert, Duncan Baker-Brown, what one change he would make to change the future of the built environment.

His answer? Deconstruction and reduction of waste - simple!

Martin Gettings

Do we believe in ourselves enough to affect positive change in the built environment? Martin Gettings of Canary Wharf Group thinks true innovation will come when we believe in ourselves enough to change the future of the industry for the better.

Mike Pitts

If you could change one thing to change the future of the built environment, what would it be?

Hear from Innovate UK's Deputy Challenge Director on what change he would make.

Duncan Baker-Brown

We're asking experts and leading lights from across the built environment to define what innovation means to them. Here, Duncan Baker-Brown shares his thought. If you have innovations to showcase that can affect positive change in the industry, become a part of Futurebuild 2020 today.

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