Futurebuild, the event that’s championed a sustainable built environment for the last 16 years, will take place 1-3 March 2022 at London’s ExCeL.
This year, Whitecroft Lighting partnered up with 540 WORLD, who will bring together circular economy manufacturers to showcase a variety of Cradle to Cradle Certified® products, materials, and circular innovations at the Futurebuild 2022 exhibition.
Innovation Trail | Stand E40 | 1st – 3rd March 2022
Follow the Innovation Trail to find us at 540 WORLD’s stand E40 and explore Cradle to Cradle Certified® innovations. Whitecroft representatives will answer all your questions about circular lighting solutions, the role of lighting in delivering net-zero objectives and how to apply circular principles to newbuild and retrofit projects.
Attend our live sessions to find out more about decarbonisation of the built environment, regenerating existing spaces and assets, and designing circular products for future reuse.
Relighting Spaces in the Built Environment
Innovation stage | 1st March 2022 | 3.25pm – 3.40pm
Presented by Matt Paskin, Whitecroft’s Marketing and Product Director, who will talk about what good lighting looks like for an existing space and how we can utilise already installed assets to deliver the lowest carbon impact without compromising on the needs of people.
Ten Breakthrough Waste-Free Innovations Pioneering Regenerative Design - Case Studies You can Question.
Keynote Stage 2 Materials Stage | 2nd March 2022 | 1.15pm – 2pm
Hosted by 540 WORLD and circular economy manufacturers, this presentation provides an insight into the latest materials, products and projects created for a healthy regenerative future, based on the Cradle to Cradle® principles of eliminating the concept of waste, celebrating diversity and reliance on natural energy flows.
Before you head off to the Intelligent Buildings zone of the Futurebuild 2022 exhibition, grab the latest issue of Manufacturing and Engineering Magazine and read Whitecroft’s feature on Smart Cities in Construction. Our lighting controls experts provide their insight on how combining circularity with data can help achieve carbon reduction objectives, truly taking smart buildings to a new era.