In 2002 the Federal Chamber of German Architects (Bundesarchitektenkammer - BAK) founded the Network for Architecture Exchange NAX (Netzwerk Architekturexport - NAX) for promoting the activities of German and foreign architects working abroad and for supporting internationally active developers and investors in their search for suitable architects and urban planners.
NAX is part of the lobbying activities of the Federal Chamber of German Architects on a European and international level. The aim of NAX is to make the international exchange of planning services easier and to promote the professional mobility of architects and town planners.
How comforting is life in a big city. What will the modern house of tomorrow look like? And how should public places be designed? Inspiring projects by 36 German architects will be shown in our exhibition "Contemporary Architecture. Made in Germany" in the German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in Oslo. The vernissage will takes place on June 23rd and is opened by State Secretary Gunther Adler (BMUB).
On Friday, 23 June 2017 NAX has organised the workshop “Planning, Building, Cooperation – Collaboration between German and Norwegian Planners and Architects” at the Norsk-Tysk Chamber of Commerce in Oslo. We will have lectures and open discussions on several topics concerning Norwegian and German architectural exchange and business.
Following the workshop, German State Secretary Gunther Adler (Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety) will be opening the NAX exhibition “Contemporary Architecture. Made in Germany”.
In Iran a strong revival of the construction industry is expected and it will lead to a once again significant demand for architectural services. A transfer of foreign know-how is also required. This latest brochure by Germany Trade & Invest and NAX summarizes the most important information about Iran's market for architectural services.
During the 5th Foreign Trade Day of Architecture, Planning and Building "Construction Site World - German Competence for Global Challenges" the new brochure “Architecture, Engeneering, Construction. Made in Germany” was handed to the relevant ministries.
French architect Rudy Ricciotti's museum project “Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée” (MuCEM) in Marseille is this year's winner of the Colored Concrete Works Award presented by NAX partner Lanxess . 2017 marks the third year in which the prize has been awarded.
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