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What To Expect At The Windows, Doors & Facades Event 2019 in Dubai
United Arab Emirates Architecture News - Aug 19, 2019 - 01:22 1901 views
Industry leaders from around the world anticipate innovative products and facades solutions that will be launched at Middle East’s largest event dedicated to windows, doors and facades. From 24 to 26 September, the annual gathering for the windows, doors and facades industry will return to the Dubai World Trade Centre for its fourth edition, organized by dmg events.
While cutting-edge buildings like the Museum of the Future are in course of construction in Dubai and the broader region, tomorrow’s landmarks that promise to enchant the eyes of the passers-by will start taking shape at the Windows, Doors & Facades (WDF) event 2019.
World Architecture Community is Supporting Association of the Windows, Doors & Facades (WDF) event 2019. You can still register to the event via the website with free entry. You can also enquire about exhibiting by filling the form here.
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Here, leading manufacturers are ready to present the next generation of facades solutions that will allow architects and developers to break the present limits and further unleash their imagination.
According to Benjamin Beer, Head of Façades at Ramboll: "The facade industry is pushing many new products on the market, and the whole sector evolves quickly in response to client demands. It is therefore very important to attend the event and discover these new products."
One of the suppliers contributing to the development of iconic buildings like Zaha Hadid's "The Opus" and the Museum of the Future in Dubai, the German Edgetech Europe GmbH, will be exhibiting its latest solutions at WDF in September.
"We are very proud to have the honor to be part of the construction of the Museum of the Future. It is really exciting to see the work progress on such a prestigious building," says the company's Managing Director, Joachim Stoss. "Currently under construction in Dubai, according to many experts the Museum of the Future is the most complex building in the world."
Zaha Hadid Architects' Opus Hotel nearing completion in Dubai. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu
More than an exhibition, the Windows, Doors & Facades event will promote industry best practices and knowledge sharing through an extensive, free, and CPD-certified educational program. Kicking-off on September 24 with the high-level “Future of Facades Summit”, it will continue with the “Facades Seminar Series” presented by dozens of regional and international experts on the last two days of the event.
WDF is co-located with Gulf Glass, Middle East’s largest event dedicated to the glass industry, and is supported by Schüco (Diamond Sponsor) and Reynaers (Gold Sponsor).
Top image: Museum of the Future in Dubai. Image © Killa Design
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