Building with steel and style
A tribute to the golden twenties
The 1920s stood for progress. With clear shapes and reduced designs the architects of the time broke with old traditions. Flat roofs and lots of glass characterised their buildings. A new, timeless design was born: the Bauhaus style.
It expressed the new objectivity of the 1920s and introduced affordable, modular construction to architecture. But the Bauhaus style also reflected an independent attitude towards life – the hope for a new beginning. The architects radically redefined the art of building. This design vocabulary, with its simplicity, is still considered modern today. Steel became one of the most important materials – and so it has remained to the present day.
That's why Jansen, as a steel profile manufacturer for windows, doors and facades, is presenting BAU 2019 with a clear focus on the revolution of construction with steel. Our exhibition motto "building with steel and style" is a tribute to the golden twenties and an invitation for you to discover our collection on the focus topic of renovation.
We look forward to your visit to hall B1 at booth 320!
Discover in advance which new product and developments Jansen is going to present at the exhibition booth: the slender Janisol Arte 2.0 steel profile system, Janisol Arte 66, Jansen Art’15 or even Jansen Art’System.
You didn’t have enough time to look at our products and stand properly? Don’t worry! Experience our slender steel profile systems and new products with the focus on ‘building with steel and style’ again and try out our virtual Jansen tour from Thursday onwards.
As part of our exhibition appearance at BAU 2019 we are presenting new products and developments as well as interesting reference projects on the topic of renovation and on Jansen products in general.
"Building with steel & style" magazine
"Building with steel & style" is not just our exhibition motto for BAU 2019, but also the title of our customer magazine. Get a sneak peek at edition #1 on the topic of mobility and secure edition #2 on the topic of renovation.