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Activities on the Show Floor

ABX features exciting activities on the show floor for attendees, including the winning submission for The Quad and additional education at the Learning Stage. See below for more information on these popular events and stay tuned to see what we have in store!



Braindates

You come to ABX/Greenbuild to meet great people and learn about new things. But how do you spark those meaningful conversations?

It all starts with a braindate. Find out more about this brand new offering >>


BSA Space

Connect with the BSA, the BSA Foundation, and ArchitectureBoston magazine.

Design Technology Throwdown

Get your team together and get ready to throw down. See if your group has what it takes to win this first-of-its kind competition.

Happy Hour in the Hall

Happy Hour in the Hall provides a great place for colleagues and new friends to mingle and experience local beverages on. This is a popular, highly-anticipated event that is not to be missed each year!  More information >>

Immersive Visualization

See for yourself what real-world projects look and feel like with hands-on immersive demos.

ABX Learning Stage

Find more education on the ABX expo floor—at no additional cost!

The Quad

Hosted by WHAT'S IN, this area features the winner from an international call for a social space installation.

Open Architecture Collaborative (OAC)

Designing for communities in need locally and in the developing world.

MakeTank

MakeTank, a relatively new BSA committee, focuses on ‘maker culture’ and how to incorporate it into the design process.

 

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