Buildingtalk with Schueco UK at BAU 2015 in Munich

  • 20 Jan 2015

BAU 2015

Tomorrow I will be visiting BAU 2015 in Munich, one of the most important events for architecture, materials and systems in Europe, with around 2,000 exhibitors filling all 17 halls at the Messe MŸnchen site in Germany. There were 230,000 visitors to BAU 2013.

SchŸco and future-orientated living

I will be a guest of Schueco UK at BAU and am looking forward visiting the SchŸco stand which is always interesting and inspiring – promising an insight into the latest trends for future-orientated living and working environments.

This year I will be taking a closer look at their window, door and facade systems for sustainable and energy-efficient construction. This will include the product launch of the SchŸco Parametric System that I saw as a prototype two years ago in Munich.

I will see what else is new at BAU and plan to visit the Trex stand to see their with new European-inspired capped composite decking.

Howard Chapman, Buildingtalk Editor

If you are exhibiting and have something new, send me an email with the details.

Look out for my report on BAU 2015 in next weeks Buildingtalk newsletter – you can subscribe for free via this link.



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