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BAU 2017

New Munich, Germany, Germany.

2017-01-16 to 2017-01-21

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BAU NEW DATE:
BAU 2015  takes place from 19 to 24 January 2015 at the New Munich Exhibition Centre

About BAU 2015
BAU 2015, the World's Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials, Systems, takes place from 19 to 25 January 2015 at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre. Over 1,900 exhibitors from more than 40 countries are expected to take part, and more than 210,000 visitors from around 150 countries. On show at BAU on 180,000 square metres of exhibition space will be architectural solutions, materials and systems for industrial, residential and commercial construction, and for interior fitting. Every two years this event brings together market leaders from the sector to participate in a unique display of competence spanning all the construction trades. BAU is also the worlds largest trade fair for architects and engineers, attracting over 38,000 design professionals. The range of building materials on display at the fair is grouped into product and theme sections. Key topics for the future of the industry, such as sustainable building, play an important role in all sections of the exhibition. The many attractive events in the accompanying programme, including high-calibre forums with experts from all over the world, round off this industry showcase.

World's Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials, Systems BAU focuses on architecture, materials and systems for industrial and commercial construction, residential construction and interior building. It addresses everyone involved in the planning, building and design process, from engineers, architects and project developers to skilled tradesman, building-materials specialists and housing-industry representatives..
The range of exhibits is broken down according to building materials as well as product groups and themes. Forward-looking topics such as energy-efficient building, universal design and renovations and modernisation play a key role in all exhibition sectors.
BAU also features special shows on important topics that allow visitors to experience  materials, techniques and systems. They include examples of materials in actual use as well as their potential applications. The range of exhibits is rounded out by an attractive and extensive program of related events that includes first-rate forums with leading architects and engineers from around the world.