As a part of its outreach initiative to interact with consumers and architect sat their doorstep, REHAU India, a leading system and service provider for polymer-based solutions in windows,furniture & building industry,interacted with students, consumers and architects of the city. The REHAU Inspiration Express, a unique mobile showcase, visited the Chandigarh College of Architecture (CCA) and met students to share REHAU’s range of Advanced Living Solutions and discuss the evolution of contemporary architecture. This ‘direct-to-consumer’ approach is a part of the special services offered to consumers, which is not possible through physical stores.
Honoring the occasion were, Secretary Technical Education, Chandigarh; Dr. Manoj Arora, Director, Punjab Engineering College amongst the special Invitees. The lamp lighting ceremony was done by Sh. Sachin Rana, IAS, Special Secretary, Technical Education, UT in the presence of Dr. Sangeeta Bagga, Principal of CCA.
Speaking on the inauguration, Dr. Sangeeta Bagga Principal Chandigarh College of Architecture (CCA) said, “We are delighted to be a part of REHAU India’s unique initiative to reach out to architects at their doorstep through the REHAU Inspiration Express. At CCA, it is our endeavour to prepare our students to raise the standards of design practices in India. The Inspiration Express with its showcase of state-of-the-art products and solutions is a great platform for students to explore the world of Interior Design and Architecture, making them aware of a world of possibilities. We look forward to a long term association with REHAU, in creating awareness for a meaningful tomorrow.”
Mr. Ajay Khurana, Chairman REHAU South Asia said, “It was a delight to interact with such an enthusiastic set of students and faculty to share our range of Advanced Living Solutions that can be integrated with contemporary architecture patterns, with great ease. The interaction with the future generation of tomorrow showed usat how much they already know about modern techniques of architecture.”