This event is supported by a selection of premium partners. Leading brands and manufacturers with an interest in the importance of architecture, and the aim to improve the quality of our buildings, cities and communities.
Interested to become a partner? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A Belgian family business since 1989, designing and manufacturing architectural lighting. They collaborate with architects, designers, contractors and investors to integrate light into their projects. Via offices worldwide they work on small and large scale houses, hotels, offices, public buildings, retail and hospitality environments.
Polestar is an electric performance car brand harnessing refined performance and cutting-edge technology. Its mission is to bring driving pleasure into a new era with a product offering of progressive, electrified performance cars that are designed and engineered without compromise. Combined with hassle-free ownership and comprehensive customer experience, Polestar offers seamless integration into your (digital) life.
A frontrunner and market leader in complex urban regeneration projects. Revive turns brownfields into future proof, carbon free and connected development schemes. They tackle societal challenges and bring solid solutions. Its urban regeneration projects render added value for the communities they invest in, lower the ecological footprint of our cities and its users.
Started as an Instagram page in 2013, Architecture Hunter is changing the way people connect and interact with Architecture. Documentaries about the masters of the architectural world, project site visits, inspiring stories, and interactive content, followed by over 2 million fans worldwide.
The world’s most visited architecture website. Archdaily began as a platform to collect and spread the most important information for architects, seeking to build a better world. Today, they are an ever-evolving tool for anybody who has a passion and determination to shape the world around them, including the 13.6 million readers that visit ArchDaily every month.
For the past 44 years A+ has been the leading Belgian architecture review. It is a platform for groundbreaking projects and innovative thinking. A+ places the architectural debate on the international stage and covers urban planning, landscape, design and art. A+ concentrates on new building and design methods as well as on sustainable technologies. The A+ magazine is published six times per year.