DISCOVER “TRESPA SMART CITY” AT BATIMAT 2017 IN PARIS
Batimat is the building industry’s leading international trade show, where the sector’s decision-makers and project managers come together to choose partners and seek products and service solutions for current and future buildings.
Booth 60, Aisle M, Hall 6.
On its booth 60 located in Hall 6, Trespa will engage the visitors with its “Smart City” concept, specially designed for the event. A forward thinking city where guests’ smartphones can interact with iconic buildings, clad with the newest Trespa® Meteon® collections. In the design square, visitors can enjoy an innovative video installation based on the concept of “Syntrophy” and curated by visual effects director Andrew Quinn. In the video installation, Trespa values spark human creativity reinstating an “architectural order” through the use of Trespa® materials.
At BATIMAT, Trespa will also present the expansion of its Trespa® Meteon® product range with the introduction of new decor collections designed to create spectacular façades.
Trespa® Meteon® Lumen
The Trespa® Meteon® Lumen collection, which allows architects to play with light reflection on façades, will give greater design freedom with the introduction of five new Metallics decors in three different finishes: silk-like diffuse, lively oblique and depth-sense specular. Now, natural light can be creatively manipulated and introduced as a design element.
Trespa® Meteon® Focus
Furthermore, the new Trespa® Meteon® Focus collection will be revealed. With this development, Trespa is exploring a boundless creative space where history, culture, imagination and observation intertwine. The result is two unique sets of designs: Santiago, based on compositions; and Brooklyn, inspired by the ephemeral nature of traces.
Think Trespa Magazine
Walking on “Trespa Smart City” streets visitors will also find the new issue of Think Trespa Magazine, which has “Thinking about the future” as its theme. Evolving around the excellence and meaningfulness of ventilated façade, the latest edition touches on energy efficiency and highlights projects from around the world like Kengo Kuma’s Hikari buildings in Lyon, France.
See you in Paris!