, manufacturer of equipment for community facilities, has participated from 16 to 20 June in the fifth edition of the Basque Living
, an international event organized by Clúster Habic
, which aims to strengthen relations between the Basque design and the foreign professionals, which on this occasion has been held in the Deusto University
A grup of 40 architects and prescribers from Denmark, Norway and Sweden
had been able to learn more about ENEA
, its products, the company’s commitment to ecodesign, as well as the international projects developed. Between the architecture studios and prescribers which had been present at the Basque Living
there were some recognised names as Havard Fagernes
, from Nordic studio, the Norwegian largest one, Todd Saunders, Stig Mikkelsen, Per Isaksson, Henrik Hvidt and Torsten Hild
. All of them professionals with important projects done mainly in the field of home, office, malls, schools, museums or hospitals.
Also noteworthy is the presence of a small group of architects specialized in naval fitting out who are responsible for designing the interior equipment of the ships, a highly specialized discipline. Professionals like Steen Friis Hansen
or Swedish Per Linquvist
, who has worked on many projects, most notably the interior design of the Queen Mary 2 or the Titanic II.
the Basque Living
is an unavoidable annual event which allows us to convey the company’s philosophy, establish new relationships, strengthen ties with the international target audience and show the adaptability of our programs in a global environment. Thanks to the visit made to the factory, during one of the days of Basque Living, both architects and prescribers were able to realize the potential of ENEA and all products.
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