Fenestration Bau China highlights in the supporting program
Alongside the presentations by the exhibitors, Fenestration Bau China 2017 has plenty more to offer. The program of trade events accompanying the show focuses on the future of the Chinese building industry, covers topical themes and offers significant added value to exhibitors and visitors. Held right in the heart of the show this program of events is free to trade-fair participants. Here´s an overview of the conferences, forums and networking platforms that will be taking place before and at Fenestration Bau China.
Fenestration Days China
Taking place ahead of the event itself, is Fenestration Days China, on November 5 and 6, 2017. This event has over the years established a reputation for itself in Asia as the platform for the latest technologies and trends in windows and doors. In 2017 also national and international experts will again be presenting insights and solutions for window and door systems, organized into four different theme blocks.
Talk to Architects
In the program item "Talk to Architects", taking place on the first day of the show, are the two events: Annual Conference of the Architectural Society of Shanghai China and the High-End Hotel Breakthrough and Innovation Forum. At both events architects present current projects and invite open discussions on the subject of buildings. Also part of Talk to Architects is the WA Architecture Forum, on November 8. Throughout the day there will be a series of half-hour lectures by highly regarded Chinese architects on the subject of urban planning.
Talk to Distributors
In 2017 the China Construction Metal Structure Association is again offering an event called "Talk to Distributors". Held on November 7, this is an opportunity to talk to specialists from leading distributors about business models and future prospects.
Talk to Developers: Forum - Prefabricated Building and Real Estate Development
The subject of prefabricated building is anchored in the 13th Five Year Plan of the Chinese government. And it is getting a lot of attention in the Chinese building sector. By 2020 the number of buildings made from prefabricated components in China is predicted to rise to 20 percent. And for the first time as part of Fenestration Bau China there will be a Prefabricated Building and Real Estate Development Forum, on November 7. At this newly created platform building professionals will be able to gather information on the latest standards and trends in prefabricated construction. Designed as a networking event, it also serves to create international cooperation opportunities. Lectures will be given by key representatives from industry and government.
The successful and exclusive presentation platform ATI Forum will take place on November 8. As in past years, this is a place for presentation of construction solutions that in terms of application are connected with the concepts and ideas of Fenestration Bau China. As in 2016, the ATI Forum has again attracted a prominent partner in the shape of ift Rosenheim, an institute that will be delivering a special contribution on the subject of windows, doors and facades.
BAU Congress China
The successful concept behind BAU Congress China is being transferred to Fenestration Bau China. From November 8 to 10, interested parties can find out about practical solutions on the themes of "Tomorrow´s Urban Design", "Future Building Systems" and "Projects for China", all tailored to the specific requirements of the Chinese construction market. Once again top international figures from the world of architecture have been attracted to speak in the congress program. Here are some of those who so far had made a firm commitment:
Prof. Zhang Li (Brian Chang), Professor, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, Beijing; Head of Atelier TeamMinus, Beijing
Minsuk Cho, Founder of Mass Studies, Seoul
Prof. Kees Christiaanse, Partner of KCAP Architects&Planners, Rotterdam/Zurich/Shanghai
Prof. Song Yehao, Professor, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, Beijing; Director, Song und Partner Atelier, Beijing
Stephan Schütz, Partner at gmp ∙ Architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners
Satoshi Ohashi, Director Asia Region at Zaha Hadid Architects, Beijing
Prof. Dr. M. Norbert Fisch, Professor at the Institute of Building Services and Energy Design, Braunschweig University of Technology; Managing Director of engineering firm EGS-plan, Stuttgart
Wolf D. Prix, Founder Coop Himmelb(l)au, Vienna
Wolf Mangelsdorf, Partner at BuroHappold, London.
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