ARCHITECT@WORK Luxembourg is centred around architecture and water
The 11 international editions of ARCHITECT@WORK organised in 2015 were a huge success. We are already looking forward to what 2016 will bring. It will definitely be an important year, with both the editions of Luxemburg and Rotterdam as well as the expansion of the number of organisations with new fairs in Rome and Istanbul.
Although the second edition in Luxemburg is still a couple of months away (13-14 April), we can already give you a glimpse of what is to come. Several important decisions have already been made, including the choice of the central theme: ‘Architecture and Water’.
“The international editions in 2015, including the successful first fairs in Copenhagen and Vienna, all confirmed it: the concept launched in 2015, configured on the basis of the stand concept designed by Creative Fo(u)r, keeps on charming the visitors,” Group Exhibition Manager Nathalie Sandra says. “The results from the various surveys confirm every time that both exhibitors as well as visitors very much appreciate our current approach.”
After determining the new theme, the various activities were decided on as well. ARCHITECT@WORK has the pleasure to welcome the paperJam Business Club for the second time, which will, together with Archiduc, organise the conference ‘10 x 6 Architecture: ces bâtiments que vous ne verrez jamais…’. The materials exhibition of this edition – organised by Materia – is entitled ‘Wonders of Water’. Furthermore the ‘Online Product Directory’ by Archello will be continued and the visitors will be able to discover the photographic exhibition of World-Architects.
As top of the bill OAI (l’Ordre des architectes et des ingénieurs-conseils) is also presenting its exhibition ‘Mir maache Lëtzebuerg’.
ARCHITECT@WORK Luxembourg is taking place on 13 and 14 April in Luxexpo.
SIPEL will take part in this event.
Ensure yourself of a free and quick access by registering in advance, by stating CODE 30601 via www.architectatwork.lu.
ARCHITECT@WORK Luxemburg is organised with the active support of OAI (l’Ordre des architectes et des ingénieurs-conseils).