President of THE ORDER OF THE ARCHITECTS OF ROMANIA
Co-organizer of the Romanian editions of INGLASS
I think the conference has exceeded the expectations of many and my explanation is that the format of the conference has been practised in Romania. After the 10 similar expo conferences that have taken place in Bucharest, an equilibrium has been reached, a science of compatible with the subject, with the expectations of the audience, and I think this is a good time to come to Poland, to export this...
President of THE ASSOCIATION OF THE POLISH ARCHITECTS SARP
Co-organizer of the Polish editions of INGLASS
It was a very good combination of fresh designers who are somewhere at the beginning or in full swing of their career and who allow us, in fact, to anticipate the future. What pleased me very much was that the public had the opportunity to see what it means to put in the effort to produce quality interiors, as the speakers presented their projects behind the scenes, where we saw huge labour...
Member of the Board of the Chamber of Hungarian Architects
The Chamber of Hungarian Architects is glad, that INGLASS conference is here in our city, it is the highest professional gathering for architects, dealing with the material glass.
We support all professional education and conference, which are in favor of our members. The conference is is an opportunity for every registered architect.
Future façades should be responsive to both internal and external conditions. With the use of parametric and multi-criteria optimization tools, façades can be designed to respond to various functional, programmatic and environmental requirements. Kinematic systems enable real-time modifications to ambient conditions. The capacity for building skin to actively support building...
Guest Speaker, MVRDV
Buildings are often heavy and solid things. Made to house, to contain, to shelter. There is often a blunt permanence in them, caused by the straightforwardness of their stone facades or concrete walls. But will they always remain so? Could they transform into something lighter, something more ephemeral in future