From 2nd to 6th November 2015, the building industry’s three flagship shows BATIMAT, INTERCLIMA+ELEC and IDEOBAIN, will come together under one roof, for the very first Mondial du Batiment at the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, Paris, France.
With more than 2,600 French and International exhibitors and over 350,000 visitors expected, it is the world’s most comprehensive showcase of solutions, demonstrations and training for all sectors of the building and architecture industry.
The Innovation Awards 2015
The Mondial du Bâtiment 2015 Awards are the building industry’s biggest innovation showcase, providing valuable insights into the new trends and solutions, soon to be available on the market.
In 2015, 29 winners and 8 special awards have been selected by an international Grand Jury, for both their disruptive innovations and solutions that meet the challenges of cheaper, more efficient, sustainable, attractive and comfortable buildings.
For Guillaume Loizeaud, Director of Le Mondial du Batiment:
“Periods of growth and progress have always led to increased building needs and technical and architectural innovation. At present, climate challenges are spurring the construction industry into rapid action. Engineers, designers and builders are faced with an enormous challenge, with everyone aspiring to a better, healthier and more comfortable way of life.”
Main building trends revealed by the 2015 Innovation Awards
- Cheaper buildings thanks to significantly lower construction costs and lead time:
- Rise of eco-friendly buildings, which consume less or generate their own energy:
- Buildings are more comfortable and ergonomically designed
The 2015 Innovation Awards Winners
29 awards and 8 special awards within 10 categories have been selected by a panel of international professionals and journalists. All the Mondial du Batiment Awards-winning products will be on display at the show in the “Innovation Towers”. Situated in the centre of each hall, the 7-metres high column will continuously show videos of the awarded products on its four sided giant screens.