Upcoming Events and Exhibitions


11 October 2017 — 16 November 2017

GISday @ Campus 2017

GISday is a global event in which users of GIS technology open their doors to schools, businesses and the general public to showcase real-world applications of this exciting technology. Throughout the afternoon GISday @ Campus will offer workshops, demonstrations and other GIS based activities to highlight methods in which GIS can be used for business and day-to-day tasks.

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05 October 2017 — 30 October 2017

Definitions and criteria for the "World’s Tallest Timber Building": call for international participation

Tall building industry has become increasingly interested in the use of timber as a major structural element in skyscrapers. As a result, there are now numerous claims to the title of “tallest timber building,” which have become increasingly difficult to validate, because of the myriad hybrid construction approaches used. Additionally, codes and practices are far from uniform, and in many jurisdictions, they prohibit construction of wooden buildings above a certain height.

Meet us next 29 October in Sydney on this workshop organised by Arup and the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat to discuss the wide range of construction approaches to tall timber buildings.


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The DNA of Making. Credit: Arup.

02 October 2017 — 12 January 2018


‘No.8@Arup’ is an annual competition that shines a spotlight on innovative installations and sculptures from talented designers and architectural practices. The idea is a simple one, encouraging emerging architectural practices to provide an opportunity to showcase their creativity in Arup’s London office.

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Logo Dutch Design Week.

21 September 2017 — 30 October 2017

Dutch Design Week

In October the Dutch Design Week  takes place in Eindhoven. The biggest design event in Northern Europe presents work and ideas of more than 2,500 designers to more than 295,000 visitors from home and abroad. Arup is involved as sponsor of the Dutch Design Foundation and a partner during the DDW. 

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