Posted 6th Dec 2018

Gira to exhibit at Architect@Work 2019

By KBBDaily on 6th December 2018 - 08:00am
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Building management system supplier Gira is set to exhibit at architecture and interior design trade event Architect@Work, taking place on the 30th-31st January 2019 at the Old Truman Brewery in London.

The company will be showcasing its “intelligent building technology” on its stand at the show, including the Gira System 3000 blind control system; Plug + Light interface for light control and power supply; Gira Studio Design Line collection; and Gira E2 switch range.

“This is our second time at Architect@Work and its unique exhibition layout definitely reflects our natural approach to business,” said Gira UK managing director Mark Booth.

“We intend to take full advantage of the dedicated lounge-style exhibitor modules, and comfortably demonstrate how as a leading full-service provider of intelligent system solutions for electronic and interconnected digital building management, we can enrich any project with our technologies.”


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