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architecture, design and sustainable building materials

It is an International Fair where companies and professionals from different countries are invited to present innovative materials, systems, technologies, environment friendly projects in Architecture and Design which respect the environment, natural resources, and people's health. It is also a meeting opportunity for experts to exchange and discuss technical information and innovations in an expandingmarket. The event will take place in Milan. Entry will be reserved exclusively for professionals (Architects, Designers, Interior Designers, Engineers, Geologists, Environmental Operators, Urban planners, Builders, Real EstateDevelopers, Journalists, Municipal Administrations, Cultural Associations, Schools and Universities). eventArch includes also a cultural part, developed through exhibitions of architecture, design andarchitectural photography. All of the works presented in this section will take part in a competition which will be judged by an Examining Committee that will proclaim the winners ineach category with a prize. There is also provided a Training-Programe through seminars and thematic sessions with the acquisition of credits, and thepossibility for networking.

In order to participate in eventArch, and present your products or services, click the button below and download the presentation of the event. All applications must be submitted.


Appointment addressed to sector operators. Conferences held by Casa Clima, Polytechnic of Milan and the 4bild company.


Section 1

Designing buildings to limit environmental impact, energy efficiency and health improvement.

Section 2

Sustainable mobility. The planning process is fundamental in terms of orientation, sunshine, natural ventilation factors, but also the adoption of systems powered by biomass, home automation systems for renewable energy management.

Section 3

This and much more ...

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