10-11 October 2016, Bern, Switzerland
The 11th International Conference on Advanced Building Skins is a major platform for architects, engineers, scientists and the building industry to promote an integrated planning approach to reduce energy consumption of buildings.
The Advanced Building Skins conference will highlight the latest sustainability developments in the design of buildings and the integration of renewable energy in building envelopes plus new product developments to increase energy efficiency in roofs and façades.
The conference aims to encourage the transfer scientific know-how into practice by an active exchange between scientists, architects, engineers, energy consultants and the building industry.
The conference will be held in English and German languages and includes over 200 speakers from 45 countries and will be held in Bern, Switzerland, 10-11 October 2016.
Examples below of just some of the sessions at the conference – here is a link for full programme details
Advanced Building Skins GmbH
Tel Munich: +49 89 20000-4161
Tel Bolzano: +39 0471 34 00 50
Tel Lucerne: +41 41 508 70 36
Website: Advanced Building Skins Conference
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