An enlightening educational course on aluminium for designers and architects.
If you’re a designer and wondering how to create an environmentally friendly product using versatile and sustainable extruded aluminium, you are invited to attend the Sapa Profile Academy in London on 10th November 2016.
The keynote seminars aim to inspire designers, technicians, engineers, product developers, architects and even CEOs from companies across Europe and further afield.
Sapa is the world’s largest aluminium extrusion company, with operations in more than 40 countries. The company produces aluminium extrusions, also known as aluminium profiles, for virtually every industry, including a wide range of solutions for the automotive industry, architectural products, furnishings, and consumer goods.
Sapa’s Profile Academy provides attendees with a deeper understanding of aluminium, the extrusion process, fabrication, finishing and joining methods, profile design and numerous relevant processes. The event in London on 10th November will see speakers from world-renowned design and architectural companies share extensive knowledge and experience, as well as inspiring and informative physical demonstrations from industry experts.
‘The information can help designers and engineers view their designs from a different perspective and implement clever and cost-effective solutions’ explains Myles Grennan, Sapa’s UK Marketing Manager.
Who should attend
Architects, designers and building consultants involved in the design, development and manufacturing of products that currently use aluminium extrusions or could benefit from the integration of aluminium in their design.
- Michael Young – Multi Award Winning Industrial Designer
- Robert Greenwood – Snohetta
- Professor Robin Jones – London South Bank University
Surface treatments and more.
Principles and processes of aluminium extrusion.
Profile design and construction for optimum production
Fabrication with particular emphasis on bending/forming and welding
Working with aluminium, and leveraging its versatility to put unique spins on your products
How to Register
Space is limited and applicants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.