thinkstep at Messe Bau 2019



  • ulf.gilberg@thinkstep.com
  • +45 7020 3171
  • Lipkesgade 23, st City, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
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Type: Messe
Start dato: 14.01.2019
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Sted: Munich, Germany

Meet our experts at the BAU 2019 in Munich and get a free carbon offset for your arrival at and departure from the trade fair!

thinkstep and the DGNB will share a booth at the World's Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials and Systems in Munich. Under the motto "sustainable is the new normal," you can find our booth (#303) in hall C2.

"Climate-neutral to the BAU": A service for all trade fair visitors

thinkstep and the DGNB are jointly providing a unique offer at the BAU. All visitors of the trade fair can receive free compensation for their CO2 travel emissions to and from the trade fair. Simply visit our booth and provide us with your travel information.

All participants who come to our booth can receive an individually adjusted CO2 emissions carbon offset with compensation delivered after the trade fair.

About the event:

The World's leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials and Systems is organized every 2 years in Munich, Germany.

The four key themes chosen for BAU 2019 will set the pace in the building industry and bring structure to the wide variety of products and solutions at the fair. Many exhibitors will organize their presentations accordingly and highlight their solutions in their respective areas of expertise. In the forums at the fair different aspects of these key themes will be explored and discussed. And in special shows, they will be illustrated through product and project examples.

•        Digital: Processes + Architecture
•        Connected: Living + Working
•        Integrated: Systems + Construction
•        Smart: Light + Buildings

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