Enclos’ Mic Patterson to chair Architects Forum at GlassBuild America

Mic Patterson, Vice President of Strategic Development for Enclos, will co-chair the Architects Forum at GlassBuild America on September 11th.

The Forum is a partnership between the National Glass Association and Architects Newspaper.   

The one-day event will bring together designers and industry professionals to the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta for an intensive program on the design, fabrication and construction of high-performance architectural and decorative glass. Highlights include a keynote address by architect Neil Denari, one of the leading figures in Los Angeles' dynamic design scene, and an exclusive look at Herzog & de Meuron's Miami Art Museum.

"We are excited about bringing the architecture community to the premier glass, window and door event in North America," says Jim Gandorf, Vice President of Association Services at the National Glass Association. "This is a great opportunity for architects and designers to not only get a day of meaningful education, but to also have the ability to see and experience the latest technology and high performance products that the glass and glazing industry has to offer."

Forum registration also includes admittance to the GlassBuild America trade show floor.

Additional information is available here.

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Date: 12 August 2013
Source: www.enclos.com

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