17th to 22nd January 2011

Bau 2011: On the road to the world’s leading trade fair

Following record figures for visitor attendance at the last event, the next Bau in 2011 will have a new subtitle: the World’s Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials, Systems. This international ‘Who’s Who’ of the sector takes place from 17th to 22nd January 2011 in Munich.

This new subtitle marks a shift in the positioning of the event, away from an emphasis on Europe and towards a more global perspective, highlighting the event´s key status for the industry worldwide. The Advisory Board of Bau unanimously agreed on the new subtitle. A major prompt to deciding to include ‘World´s...

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