Leading industry experts on architecture, design and education put spotlight on the rising role of the smart city, real estate’s role in the tourism industry and post-pandemic workplaces, at the ongoing Cityscape’s Real Estate Summit at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Majid Al Marri, CEO of Real Estate Registration and Services Sector for Dubai Land Department (DLD) led the line-up of speakers during the second day of the event.
Opening the day with a discussion on strengthening the real estate sector through digital initiatives and innovation, Al Marri was followed by panel sessions and talks from leading industry experts on architecture, design and education, the rising role of the smart city, real estate’s role in the tourism industry and post-pandemic workplaces, in a packed schedule.
These included: Dr Harpreet Seth, Head of Architecture at Herriot-Watt University, Joe Tabet, Partner at JT+Partners, Kerem Cengiz, Managing Director LWK+PARTNERS, Andrew Shaw, Managing Partner at AMA Architecture Studio, and Alan Vallance, CEO, RIBA.
Cityscape’s Real Estate Summit was made possible with support from Government Partners: Government of Dubai and Dubai Land Department; Knowledge Sponsors: JLL, Knight Frank and Land Sterling; Summit Sponsors: Sobha Realty, Azizi Developments, Farrbury Capital Partners, Elitzam Group and Damac Properties; Architecture Partner: Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA); Start-up Partner: Clear It; PropTech Partner: WhiteBricks; and Portal Partner: houza.
Cityscape’s Real Estate Summit has been organised in accordance with Informa’s AllSecure health and safety standards to assure the safety of all exhibitors and visitors across Informa’s international shows – ensuring Cityscape participants can conduct business and network in a controlled and hygienic setting.