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denkmal and MUTEC Celebrate a Strong Comeback
After denkmal and MUTEC had to be cancelled two years ago owing to the pandemic, its exhibitors, partners and visitors were pleased to see this trade fair duo make a hugely successful comeback from 24 to 26 November 2022. The 14th edition of the leading European trade fair denkmal and of MUTEC, which took place simultaneously, was extremely busy and welcomed 12,800 visitors from 32 countries. "We've just experienced three intense days at the trade fair. You could really feel the enthusiasm of everyone there, every second of every day. Business relationships, expert discussions and personal meetings were the order of the day as denkmal and MUTEC impressively demonstrated how significant these trade fairs are as an international get-together for the entire industry", says a thrilled Markus Geisenberger, Managing Director at Leipziger Messe. This year, 473 exhibitors from 17 countries took part in the two trade fairs.
denkmal & MUTEC 2022: Professionals from the World of Cultural Heritage Are Invited to Leipzig
Following the cancellation of the trade fair duo two years ago because of the pandemic, the long-awaited 2022 edition of denkmal and MUTEC is ready to open. Europe's leading trade fair for conservation, restoration and old building renovation is returning at full strength together with the international trade fair for museum and exhibition technology. From 24 to 26 November 2022, a total of 473 exhibitors from 17 countries will be presenting their products and services to visitors and there will be 150 events to choose from at the extensive educational conference. Together, denkmal and MUTEC offer a trade fair experience unparalleled anywhere in Europe – one that is dedicated to all aspects of preservation and transmission of cultural heritage.
A Look at the Future of the Industry: Products Premiering at denkmal 2022
As Europe's leading trade fair for conservation, restoration and old building renovation, denkmal in Leipzig has been working with its outstanding partners to unite tradition, innovation and vision since 1994. In 2022, market leaders, established companies and exciting newcomers premiering numerous new products will once again be providing inspiration for the industry's future. Examples of these products will include key innovative technologies for hazardous material remediation and safety in historical preservation projects, novel solutions for doors and flooring, ground-breaking methods for glass, solar and cleaning, new pigments and pigment solutions, and cutting-edge solar roofing tiles as discreet alternatives to classic solar panels.
denkmal 2022: Experience Restoration and Craftsmanship Live
Restorers and craftspeople play a key role in preserving our architectural heritage. Their special expertise and skills are essential when working with historical structures. At denkmal from 24 to 26 November 2022 in Leipzig, these experts and their potential clients will be getting together. Companies representing all the major skilled trades as well as academically trained restorers will be presenting their products and services, offering an in-depth look at the impressive scope of their work and sharing their knowledge with interested visitors. Highlights will be provided by the joint activities of the Association of Artisan Restorers (DRH) and the Association of Restorers (VDR). Furthermore, the urgently needed next generation of restorers will be offered plenty of exciting opportunities at denkmal to discover their talents by attending "Living Workshops", where they can try their hand at restoration directly at the trade fair.
denkmal Conference Programme: Climate Protection and Cultural Heritage Preservation Are Inextricably Linked
The denkmal conference programme (24 to 26 November 2022 in Leipzig) is regarded as the most comprehensive educational event in the entire industry. Offering numerous high-profile events and addressing many specialist subjects from the fields of monument conservation and restoration, this leading European trade fair provides the most significant information and discussion platform for industry professionals from both home and abroad. This year, climate change will be one of the central topics. The fair will address the question of how climate change can affect monuments as well as offer a look at the significant contribution existing buildings can make to climate protection.