SCHULBAU 2018 – International Salon and Trade Fair for Educational Building Industry

 

What does a good school building have to fulfill? The participants of the architects‘ slam will be asked about this question on 7 February as part of the trade fair SCHULBAU 2018 at the Hamburg Cruise Center Altona. The gmp architect Robert Friedrichs will illustrate his recent experience in the planning of a new building for the Gyula Trebitsch School in Hamburg-Tonndorf.

Dates
Trade fair SCHULBAU 2018:
Wednesday, 7 February, 9.30am-7.30pm, and Thursday, 8 February 2018, 10am-5.30pm

Architects' Slam with Robert Friedrichs:
Wednesday, 7 February 2018, 4-4.40pm


Venue
Hamburg Cruise Center Altona, Van-der-Smissen-Straße 5, 22767 Hamburg


Registration via

www.schulbau-messe.de/de/files/MSB_Programm_HAM_2018_online_8.01_a.pdf

 

 

”Good school buildings must offer a variety of spaces that make you want to go to school "- this credo was realized by gmp architect Robert Friedrichs in the new building for the Gyula Trebitsch School in Hamburg-Tonndorf. As part of the 6th SCHULBAU trade fair in 2018, he will be presenting the project on the occasion of the architects‘ slam on 7 February 2018, from 4 pm, in the Hamburg Cruise Center Altona – and at the same time he will be discussing the requirements for the planning of educational buildings with other industry experts. The dynamic format is moderated by the NDR editor for the Bildungsreport Hamburg, Kathrin Erdmann.

The SCHULBAU fair from 7 to 8 February considers itself as a platform for concrete and theoretical projects in the field of educational buildings – starting with kindergartens to schools to university facilities. The focus is on innovative and unique architectural concepts from Europe. As an industry meeting point, the fair is aimed at architects, specialist planners, representatives of schools and authorities, as well as product manufacturers. In addition to the exhibition, the program will be supplemented by podium discussions and lectures.

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