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Meeting Point at Palazzo Contarini Polignac

'POINTS of contact' is a three-manufacturer initiative with a commitment to design and culture. It invites architects to the Venice Architecture Biennale opening week celebrations

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The three german manufacturers Gira, FSB and KEUCO have a single attitude: a strong commitment to design and culture. Commonly they invite international architects to Venice. read more...

FSB, Gira and KEUCO and their communication initiative for architects POINTS of contact are hosting a Meeting Point during the opening week at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale. From 25 May until 1 June 2016, architects are invited to the historical Palazzo Contarini Polignac to be part of an exciting programme of lectures, tours and events, as well as have access to a frequent water-taxi shuttle to the biennale grounds, daily catering from 9am and a blow-out party on 25 May in the palace's spacious garden facing onto the Grand Canal. Register now: www.points-of-contact.com

The companies FSB, Gira and KEUCO stand for elegant materials, trend-setting ideas, sensual surfaces and a great affinity for architecture. In 1998 the three manufacturers founded the communication initiative for architects 'POINTS of contact' in order to promote premium quality components for building construction and a strong commitment to design and culture. With a holistic approach in communications aims to be a source of inspiration and ideas for architects.

The Meeting Point in Venice is likely the biggest event of its kind and happens for the third time this year. To get the free VIP package which gives access to all the above mentioned POINTS of contact activities at the Palazzo Contarini Polignac registration is required at www.points-of-contact.com

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