Viridian continue longstanding partnership with Australian Institute of Architects

Viridian is proud to continue their partnership with the Australian Institute of Architects in 2014 for the 9th consecutive year and participate in the upcoming National Architecture Conference being held in Perth, WA from the 8th to the 10th of May.

Held annually, the National Architecture Conference is a major event of the Australian Institute of Architects and is attended by over 1000 delegates.Viridian look forward to sharing expert knowledge with the AIA's members at this year's conference, both through our valuable CPD presentation and exhibition stand. With a range covering most types of residential and commercial glass variants including innovative energy-efficient and special-use materials, Viridian delivers New World Glass.

Learn more about the upcoming 2014 National Architecture Conference.

600450 Viridian continue longstanding partnership with Australian Institute of Architects
Date: 5 May 2014

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