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Timber arch aircraft hangar 4 sets new record

 December 2, 2023

Hangar 4 in Auckland – which will be completed in early 2025, designed by Studio Pacific Architecture sets record for its unique size and amazing design.

BAU 2021 to showcase innovations in a hybrid format:

 October 1, 2020

Due to coronavirus, the conventional in-person BAU trade fair for architecture, materials and systems, will not be held from January 11 to 16, 2021 as a conventional in-person event. This was the clear decision from the recent Messe München meeting …

BAU 2017 witnesses a grand success

 January 31, 2017

For the first time ever, 80,000 of the more than 250,000 visitors who attended BAU 2017 were from abroad. As a result, BAU, the World’s Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials and Systems, managed once again to make significant gains …

EGGER witnesses an enthusiastic ‘Premiere’ in BAU Munich

 January 27, 2017

Between January 16 and 21, 2017, the BAU in Munich once again became the meeting point for everyone in the construction industry. The world’s leading trade fair for architecture, materials, and systems attracted approximately 250,000 visitors and once again provided …

EGGER launches Decorative Collection 2017–2019 at BAU

 January 19, 2017

EGGER launches its new EGGER Decorative Collection 2017–2019 for retail, handcraft, and architecture in January 2017. A comprehensive decor range, surface textures with the latest technological developments, an expanded product range, and intelligent services all perfectly interlock. With this collection, …

BAU 2017 is giving specific offers for tradesman

 November 10, 2016

For years, BAU, the World’s Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials and Systems has been uniting its specific offers for tradesmen under this banner. In 2017, once again tradesmen in all trades and sectors of the industry will find what …

A fruitful event that challenges the perceptions of Timber Construction

 March 14, 2016

Environmentally friendly, easy to work with, adaptable, and extremely cost effective – these were just some of the major benefits of working with modern engineered timber, as defined by some of the UK’s leading architects, at a recent event hosted …

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