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Discover the best of italian glass at Bau 2013

In January 2013, top companies and world market leaders will be exhibiting in all sections of the fair.

Covering the full range of building materials and services, this show addresses every aspect of planning, design and construction.

Vitrealspecchi is offering visitors to Bau 2013 the opportunity to see and touch the latest developments from Madras®, products for designing, building and
living, fruit of our unique experience in the etching of flat glass, a know-how enriched everyday by new technologies and distinctly Italian creativity.




January 14th, 2013
Source: www.vitrealspecchi.it





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