A@W: Impressions from Munich

From 7th to 8th October 2015 this year’s Architect@Work moved into its second phase. After the successful debut in the capital of Denmark in June, the event continued with the opening in Munich last week.

For Thiele Glas it was now the fifth presence in the leading expert’s event for architects and engineers.Overall 1,722 interested visitors did not want to miss the event. The focus was on the exterior area, but also interior architects informed theirselves about the various opportunities in the field of flat glass refinement. The reference project Möbel Höffner in Düsseldorf-Neuss was the special eye-catcher and decorated the back wall of the Thiele Glas booth among many others. Especially regarding the possibilities in digital printing (TG-PRINTdigital) and colored interlayers (TG-PROTECT®color) the visitors obtained information from our professional architectural consultants.

At the end of the year they will answer questions in terms of trends and processes in the flat glass refinement for the third time. Please explore yourself on the 2nd and 3rd December by visiting the Thiele Glas booth no. 51 in Düsseldorf.

Save your login code now and write to us at architekt@thiele-glas.de!

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Date: 23 October 2015
Source: www.thiele-glas.de

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