International design, engineering and project management consultants Atkins will use the
The 13th edition of Cityscape Global will host more than 250 exhibitors from
Atkins, the architects behind the luxury Al Habtoor Residences on
"With the restored investor confidence in the real estate market, competition between developers is fiercer than ever and the emphasis on excellent design couldn't be higher," said
"The developer community is now far more mature and advanced than during the last property boom, and they need to look at a whole basket of criteria based on the context and place in which a development sits. It's vital that new buildings provide a desirable, user-friendly lifestyle offering.
With sustainability now a common theme across many new developments,
The green wall, which can retain three times more water per square metre than any other system, comes equipped with a command and control smart system that allows any installation to adapt to outside weather conditions, ensuring a healthier lifecycle than any other methods.
Supported by the
Co-located with Cityscape Global are three dedicated conferences – the Global Real Estate Summit, Future Cities and the Real Estate Brokers Summit – which are expected to bring together more than 1,000 delegates and speakers who will explore opportunities and find solutions to key challenges affecting the industry today.
Also running in tandem with the exhibition is the Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets. The awards programme has attracted hundreds of entries from developers and architects behind real estate developments across emerging markets globally. Submissions are now being reviewed by an independent judging panel. Winners will be announced at a ceremony at the
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