Windows and facades discussed at Fenestra-Vision

The future of windows and facades explored at SWISSPACER Symposium

  • 21 Oct 2015

SWISSPACER’s recent ‘Fenestra-Vision’ Symposium played host to energy efficiency professionals from across Europe, who congregated to discuss the future of windows and facades.

This September, SWISSPACER hosted its second ‘Fenestra-Vision’ Symposium in Potsdam, Germany.

The conference, which attracted Europe’s leading authorities on energy efficient solutions, placed a focus on the future of energy efficient windows and facades.

Led by Professor Ulrich Sieberath of the Rosenheim Institution for Fenestration, the event presented industry experts with the opportunity to discuss what can currently be achieved and what might be possible as technology develops.

The future of windows and facades

The Symposium covered issues and topics such as Low Energy and Passivhaus Windows, Quadruple Glazing, Innovative Window Designs and Powerful Building Envelopes.

More than 130 delegates attended to listen to keynote speakers, exchange ideas and meet others in the industry.

Dr Benjamin Krick from the Passivhaus Institute has been praised for his presentation, along with Schueco International’s Dr Winfried Heusler, who spoke on Buildings in the Future, exploring scenarios for cities, buildings and building envelopes.

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