The Trade Show. Window. Door. Facade.

21 - 24 March 2018 // Nuremberg, Germany

Events of FENSTERBAU FRONTALE at a glance

Architects’ Area

The "A" marks exhibitors relevant for architects in the halls of FENSTERBAU FRONTALE – at the stand, in the catalogue and exhibition guide as well as online in the Exhibitors and Products Database. Apply now!

Innovation Award

For the sixth time at FENSTERBAU FRONTALE products relevant for architects are presented in a very special setting.

Forum Architecture

With the Forum Architecture-Window-Façade, FENSTERBAU FRONTALE offers architects an exclusive conference programme.


Special Show "Success through Quality, Safety + Security!"

The special show“Success through Quality, Safety + Security!” informs about new rules and requirements, expectations of building owners as well as specific effects on the construction, materials and necessary proofs for window, facades, doors, gates and glass.

to the Special Show

Event series „Taste of windays"

For the third time the University of Applied Science in Bern (BFH) organizes two seminars about “Innovations in Switzerland”.

to "Taste of windays"

Architecture Tours „BauLustWandeln“

BauLust e. V. and FENSTERBAU FRONTALE offer two guided architectural tours through Nuremberg.

Get more information about "BauLustWandeln"

The Golden Window

OKNA Marketing and OKNA MEDIA cordially invite you to attend the conference on the development of the Russian PVC market in the year 2015 including an outlook into the future of the Russian window market.

to "The Golden Window"

Master Award 2016

The prestigious “MasterAward” ceremony is traditionally organized by the trade association Glass Window Façade Baden-Württemberg at FENSTERBAU FRONTALE. The event focuses on the best young talents of the glass, window and façade industry of the previous year.

Find out more about Master Award 2016

India Day

Get a snapshot of Indian Façade and Fenestration Industry and its progress over the years.

Find the full programme

Japan at daylight

„Transparence and translucence in Japanese architecture“ - Lecture with Christian Schittich, editor-in-chief DETAIL.

to Japan at daylight
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