The popular trade fair Bauen+Wohnen in Lucerne opens on the 22nd. September 2022 with great joy their goals – and relies on a concentrated load of energy!
Homeowners, those interested in construction, planners and architects experience live and themed appealing, innovative and sustainable construction and living trends in the areas of kitchens and bathrooms, doors and windows as well as energy at this year’s trade fair in Lucerne. In addition to a diverse trade fair program, the audience interested in building and enjoying can look forward to exciting encounters, insightful discussions and culinary delights.
Adventure world “Energy”
The desire for independence from fossil fuels is greater than ever. Due to the growing interest in information, the canton and the city of Lucerne, together with the energy departments of the cantons of Central Switzerland and with partners from business, present the special show “Energy”. The visitor is shown numerous possibilities for a renewable and energy-efficient home. Neutral public consultants and specialist companies provide information on heating replacement with renewable energies, the potential of building insulation and the optimal use of solar energy, among other things. Furthermore, the special exhibition informs about funding programs, further advisory services, building standards and possibilities of financing.
Special show and forum “Charging current and electric mobility”
The topic of energy is accompanied by the topic of e-mobility. The electric boom is noticeably gaining momentum and innovative and climate-neutral concepts are more in demand than ever before. The special show and the forum “Charging current and electromobility” show solutions for charging infrastructures in the single-family and multi-family house, inform about in-house electricity production and explain how to or switch to electric mobility.
The forum invites architects, planners, representatives of the public sector, investors and those interested in construction on the topic of “Solar architecture and mobility” and informs, among other things, about qualitative landscape and settlement design, mobility-oriented district and area development, solar elements with a profit factor and CO2-free building park.
Sustainability and Swissness
Products and services “Made in Switzerland” stand for competence, quality, tradition and down-to-earthness both at home and abroad – values that Swiss Label, the association for the promotion of Swiss products and services, has recognized – and with it many Swiss players. Exhibitors with the title “Swiss Made” give exclusive insights into their craft, their high-quality products and the know-how for more sustainability, quality and grandchild suitability at the construction fair.