RECAP: AIA Europe and AIA International Region conference, Prague 20/20

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Dip-Tech, a Ferro company and the world-leading provider of digital ceramic glass printing solutions, is proud to have been a sponsor of Prague 20/20, October 5-9, 2017.

 

A joint AIA Europe and AIA International Region conference, Prague 20/20 looked back at the major urban developments in the city over the past 20 years, with a glance at its historic sites.

 

 

Highlighting Dip-Tech technology in the urban landscape


During the event, they introduced different interior and exterior applications for Dip-Tech’s innovative technology, as well as special Dip-Tech tools available to architects. In addition, two local projects, located near Prague’s city center were presented: Harfa Mall and the Emil Kolben Memorial.

 

 
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 “Presenting together with Dip-Tech at Prague 20/20, with a spotlight on our digitally printed projects, was a tremendous experience,” commented Krzysztof Koziarski, Area Sales Manager at Vitroterm-Muró, a top glass processor in Poland, “It gave us the unique opportunity to showcase our work and capabilities to top international architects, and in the process forge new relationships, new opportunities and – most importantly – we’ve gained project leads for Dip-Tech technology. We are very excited!

 

 

Dip-Tech print projects in print

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Prague 20/20 was also the perfect platform for unveiling the Dip-Tech architecture projects book – a stunning print book targeted to architects, featuring some of the most impressive projects printed with Dip-Tech technology. The book will be released in the coming months. As part of the preview, three architectural masterpieces from within the book were also presented, including Gusto Gelato, Montmagny Courthouse, and the Rockheim Museum.

 

 
 
 
 

  

Our sponsorship and subsequent participation in Prague 20/20 was an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of the full Dip-Tech solution among the community that actually influences how buildings look – the architects,” said Raz. “It was exciting for us to see how many leading architects showed an interest in digital printing for building facades, surfaces, and interior-design, and we look forward to working with them to create truly amazing architecture.