WICONA Launches Video Series Exploring The Future Of Architecture

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WICONA, a major global player providing aluminum solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its video series WICONA MEETS that will explore the future of architecture. In the last months, the WICONA team has been busy hopscotching around Europe meeting with world-renowned designers and architects to find out more about the forces reshaping the field — and what the buildings, interiors and cities of tomorrow will look like. https://www.wicona.com/en/baltics/wicona-meets/


“The idea with the series is to move away from the traditional panel debate and to turn the city into a stage,” says e Hanna Bouveng, communication and content responsible at WICONA. “Of course, we want the episodes to be informative, but the goal is also to ask the hard questions, inspire and spark a debate about the possibilities of this fast-changing field.” 

With accelerating speed, architecture is becoming an interdisciplinary space where no definition can contain its growing complexity. The professionals building our cities today need to balance aesthetics with the challenges brought by the housing and infrastructural needs of a rapidly growing urban population. Meanwhile, the global quest to restore the equilibrium of our planet has forced a pivot to building greener, smarter and more connected cities.  

These are no doubt great challenges. But as its ushers in a new area of buildings methods, materials and technology, leading architects are taking advantage of an unprecedented opportunity to push the limits for design and creating a truly inclusive and collaborative new sector. 



Rimantas Staknevičius   

Baltic Countries Manager / Baltijos šalių vadovas

Mob.:+370 614 63280

Tel.: +370 5 243 22 10



WICONA delivers intelligent high-tech aluminium building systems, technical expertise for international building projects and all-around service for the creativity of architects and fabricators. WICONA is a part of the Norwegian Hydro group, which also owns the Technal, Domal, SAPA and Askey brands.

Hydro is a fully integrated aluminium company with 35,000 employees in 40 countries on all continents, combining local expertise, worldwide reach and unmatched capabilities in R&D. In addition to production of primary aluminium, rolled and extruded products and recycling, Hydro also extracts bauxite, refines alumina and generates energy to be the only 360° company of the global aluminium industry.

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