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6.12.2016

ETEM WILL BE REPRESENTED WITH A PARAMETRIC PAVILION IN THE EXHIBITION BAU 2017

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For six months ЕТЕМ is in intensive preparation for BAU 2017, the biggest exhibition for architecture, construction materials and systems for industrial and residential construction, which is held every two years in Munich, Germany. The company is preparing a unique pavilion incorporating parametric elements, where the newest and most innovative systems of the company will be presented. ETEM and the company representatives may be found at an exhibition pavilion number 411 in Hall C1 during the six days of exhibition from January 16th to January 21st, 2017.

ETEM will present selected products at its pavilion among which – the special retro design of the E75 system, applicable mostly for buildings, which have been declared as cultural monuments, entrance door Е75 with appliquéd etalbond® with design digital print and the new hinged system Е68 for doors and windows with interrupted thermal bridge. The visitors at the exhibition can also see the ventilated facade systems for installation of etalbond ® - BRAVO Y and BRAVO W, as well as the system VARIO Lamella, designated for installation of aluminium lamellas of ЕТЕМ.

For the first time ETEM will present to the wide public its innovation concept of a façade system and partition walls with circulating fluid inside the glazing – “fluid flow glazing”(FFG). They could be used both for heating and cooling, thus contributing for a comfortable and healthy environment.
The FFG is developed under InDeWaG project (Industrial Development of Water Flow Glazing) financed by the European research and innovation program - Horizon 2020.

The company ELVAL COLOUR will present the new composite panel etalbond® A2.
The work at the pavilion will be balanced between parametric elements, presenting the updated products of ETEM and ELVAL COLOUR and a comfort area for talks with clients and partners. These three elements are unified in a single graphic concept and they create a whole visual image.

The wish of ETEM to provide an opportunity for manifestation of students and architects to demonstrate their “parametric thinking” using the new digital design and modeling tools is behind the parametric vision of the pavilion. Together with the manufacturer of composite material etalbond®, ELVAL COLOUR, the company has supported the international workshop, organized by DesignMorphine, for parametric design and prototyping strategies – Intelligent Tectonics V1.0. in July.

The concept behind the pavilion of ЕТЕМ and ELVAL COLOUR is exactly the winning project – Prospective system pavilion. The leading graphical vision is the contour adapted image of the original module of the winning project. Separate elements made of transparent material and etalbond® have been used for the creation of the main wall of the pavilion using parametric design.
All areas for clients and partners and exposition elements of the ETEM pavilion are related to matrix marking on the floor. Visitors will be easy to navigate to the different samples of the company through this “information system” for visual orientation.

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