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Seeing, Testing, Marveling – Saturday at BAU 2019

As we all know, the best is saved for last. Therefore, visitors of BAU 2019 may especially look forward to Saturday, January 19. On the last day of the trade show, joining in and trying things out will be the name of the game: the varied supporting program will provide, among other things, the opportunity to test windows fort heir security against burglary or, with a little luck, to win an Audi A4.

Full action – at ift Rosenheim, Velux and Co

Experiencing the future of building live and up close. This will be the motto on Saturday,January 19, the last day of BAU 2019.

Entering the virtual world. No problem at the Velux booth in hall A3. Visitors can experience the effect of daylight and fresh air in the attic with Virtual Reality glasses very close.

How well are windows protected against burglary? Those who would like to look into this question should visit the booth of the ift Rosenheim in Hall C4. There, visitors can test windows for their resistance against burglars and become active themselves using wrecking bars.

At its booth in Hall B3, Klaus Multiparking GmbH, a company specializing in parking systems, will present live demonstrations.Among other things, a nine-meter high parking system “Master Vario” with five stored vehicles will be moved in real time. The special feature is that the parking system will be installed in a building immediately after BAU. In addition, visitors have the possibility of winning various prizes at the wheel of fortune. The highlight will be a prize draw on the occasion of the company’s fortieth anniversary. There is a chance of winning an Audi A4 worth 60,000 euros.

Made in Bavaria – Highlights at the Forum “The Future of Building”

Besides many offers to join in and try things out, the supporting program on the last day of the trade show also features exciting lectures. Under the title “Made in Bavaria”, experts will present various building projects in Bavaria in the Forum of Hall C2:

  • 10.30 a.m.   Peter Haimerl: An Academy of Architecture for the country
  • 11:15 a.m.    Amandus Samsoe Sattler: Transformation and vision at the example of
                         the Paketposthalle
  • 12.00 noon   Moritz Auer: The Munich railway station renaissance
  • 01.15 p.m.    Stefan Traxler: Museum—man—mindset, House of Bavarian History
  • 02:00 p.m.    Rainer Hofmann: The future of the Viktualienmarkt, Munich