ARCHITECT@WORK in Frankfurt: Discover healthy and distinctive acoustic solutions
The exhibition ARCHITECT@WORK is about to arrive in Frankfurt. On Wednesday 7 December and Thursday 8 December 2022, architects can experience innovative design for distinctive architecture – including the award-winning Troldtekt design solutions.
At ARCHITECT@WORK, the focus is on innovative and high-quality product design as well as the latest trends in architecture and design. Visitors can experience a wide selection of products and presentations and come away with new inspiration.
ARCHITECT@WORK is being held in several European cities – on Wednesday 7 October and Thursday 8 December 2022 in Frankfurt. The exhibition is open in Messe Frankfurt Tor West, Hall 11.1 from 11:00 to 18:00 on both days.
A marriage of acoustics, sustainability and design
On stand 107, you can explore a selection of Troldtekt’s award-winning and characterful design solutions. You will also find concrete examples of beautiful German buildings featuring Troldtekt design solutions – and be able to have a chat with our team of project consultants about acoustics, sustainability and design.
On the stand, you will also have the chance to see an example of the brand new Troldtekt acoustic panels based on FUTURECEM™ cement. The new panels have a significantly reduced carbon footprint, when measured in terms of the raw materials used, their transport and production. Both the classic Troldtekt acoustic panels and the series of Troldtekt design solutions are available based on FUTURECEM.
Explore healthy materials
In addition to visiting manufacturers’ stands, you can also attend inspiring presentations and themed exhibitions. You can explore GESUNDE.MATERIALIEN, an exhibition put together by raumprobe, which, among other things, hosts an online construction products database. The Cradle to Cradle-certified Troldtekt acoustic panels are among the materials highlighted by raumprobe.
You can register for ARCHITECT@WORK here, where you can also read more about the exhibitions.