Temporary structures come in all shapes and forms. Standard structures can look incredible in the right context or abstract structures can create wow moments for event attendees. Rory Sloan, Production Director at London agency AVANTGARDE explores differing types of temporary structures. How particular types of structures are suited to particular outdoor sites is an important area to understand in terms of ground levels, differing weather conditions and access to the site; as well as the type of events and event objectives.

Join Rory Sloan from AVANTGARDE on Monday 26th November at the University of Westminster to find out more. AVANTGARDE is an international creative agency that specialise in developing engaging brand experiences by combining creative, physical and digital resources to immerse audiences. He has successfully delivered projects across Europe, America and Africa. Rory first joined the industry by working with exhibition and conference organisers Single Market Events. He looked after operational aspects of both consumer and trade shows, covering the fashion, food, travel and audio-visual industries amongst others. Rory has also worked with INCA a creative, high-end, event production company and spent over 15 years at communications agency RPM as Production Director.

The School of Architecture and Cities has been hosting the Event Design Open Lecture Series on Monday evenings during the autumn term. This is the last lecture in the series for 2018. The initiative is being supported by the International Live Events Association’s UK Chapter and the Event Marketing Association.

Register for Rory Sloan’s session on Monday 26th November here:

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