Glass sandwich facade – the building envelope of tomorrow

Glass sandwich facade – the building envelope of tomorrow
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With the Glass Sandwich Panel GSP®, highly insulated glass sandwich facades can be realized modularly. GSP® is system-open and wall, insulation and glass surface at the same time.

iconic skin to present the GSP® at practical seminar "Zukunft Bauen in Europa" in Nauen on May 10th. Around 30 companies are attending the event to provide information on products and services for related to roof and façade. The event ist organised by Wirtschaftsvereinigung Stahl in cooperation with the IFBS trade association.

With the Glass Sandwich Panel GSP®, highly insulated glass sandwich facades can be realized modularly. GSP® is system-open and wall, insulation and glass surface at the same time. At the booth Hans-Joachim Frey, contact person for planners at iconic skin, will inform visitors about the possibilities of GSP®.

In addition to the exhibition, a lecture program is also offered. Experts inform about changed stand-ards and current building physics requirements for the construction of roof and wall constructions. The seminar is free of charge and is recognized by architects and engineers as a training course.

Please register at www.stahl-online.de

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Date: 18 April 2017
Source: www.iconic-skin.com

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