AIA attendees invited to visit Dip-Tech in booth 3879 to experience firsthand the cutting-edge power of architectural glass, and consult on printed glass projects.
AIA – The premier event for architects
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Conference is a premier annual event that attracts thousands of architects and design professionals, with the chance to participate in varied workshops, seminars, and other events. In 2017, the conference is headlined by the theme of Anticipating a better tomorrow. More than 20,000 visitors and nearly 800 leading building product manufacturers expected to attend.
Consult with Dip-Tech architectural masters in booth 3879
Dip-Tech invites AIA attendees to visit its booth #3879 to explore some of the most interesting ideas in architecture, and experience firsthand what’s new, what’s next, and all that’s cutting-edge in architectural glass.
In addition to offering professional advice, Dip-Tech will present two scaled-to-size glass models of award-winning printed projects – the stunning Glass Farm in the Netherlands, and the glass façade enveloping the Student Learning Center at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada.
The Glass Farm, is a modern project inspired by old local farms. Layers of information were printed on the glass including a brick texture imitation layer; a printed windows and door layer contributes to the scaling effect.
The digital ceramic printed glass façade that envelopes the Ryerson University Student Learning Center creates a unique visual impact. The glass curtain wall is both attractive and practical, with the combination of the graphic design and the functionality of the glass creating varying light qualities within the interior space.
“Incredible things can be achieved with digitally printed glass, taking architecture and design to new levels in terms of both attractiveness and sustainability,” commented Arch. Niv Raz, Head of Architecture Division. “We at Dip-Tech are committed to helping inspire architects and designers, by working with them on their concepts and plans, connecting them with the right glass processors, and giving them the tools – like Dip-CMiX, Pattern Catalog and INTERIORI – to see their projects through.”