Architect Alexander Esfahani to speak at Zak World of Façades

Chapman Taylor’s Alexander Esfahani will be attending and speaking at the 89th World of Façades conference, at the Mercure Piccadilly, Manchester on 4th May.

Alexander’s talk is about the essential shift to Net Zero carbon within architecture. The influence of architectural design can significantly respond to the momentum and importance of Net Zero Carbon buildings. The presentation will be a brief explanation of the important design drivers as designers we need to undertake to achieve Net Zero Carbon, fundamentally focusing on our role as custodians for the client early within the design stages.

Alexander is a key member of Chapman Taylor’s Responsible Design Steering Group promotes and coordinates environmental principles and best practice.

Zak World of Façades is an international conference series on façade design & engineering. The event has attracted over 27,000 delegates across its 88 completed events to date. This one-day conference in the UK will showcase sustainable innovations and challenges in the construction industry pertaining to the building envelope and will also display the latest technological solutions from leading solution providers.

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Alexander Esfahani (Bsc(Hons), MArch, PGDip ARB)

Responsible Design Group Lead

Alexander joined Chapman Taylor’s Manchester studio in 2016 as part of the Feasibility team, predominantly focusing on the Residential and Mixed-Use sectors.

He has experience working on a wide range of projects at all work stages, with recent projects including Manchester Goods Yard which was successfully handed over in 2021.

Alexander is passionate about creative design and has been instrumental in developing our sustainability strategy and a number of R&D initiatives. As the global head of Chapman Taylor’s Responsible Design Steering Group, he promotes and coordinates environmental principles and best practice within the company.

Areas of expertise:

Residential / Workplace / Responsible Design / Net Zero Carbon

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