Michael Pawlyn, one of the key architects involved in the world-renowned Eden Project in Cornwall, has been announced as the keynote speaker for the CEDA Conference 2012 on 4 May.
Pawlyn was chosen as an accomplished speaker who has presented to the Royal Society of Arts and Google and a natural choice to promote the 2012 conference theme of "Tides of Change".
With a firm link between sustainable architecture and food service, guests should expect some insights into biomimicry.
The CEDA Conference 2012 is being held from 3 to 5 May at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Heythrop Park Resort, Oxford, in partnership with FCSI and Cedabond and brings together the association's members, partners, and associate delegates. The event will be supported by the attendance of a number of key influencers from the food service sector.
For more information and to secure your place on the day, download the booking form at www.ceda.co.uk.
By Lisa Jenkins
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