19th BuildExpo Kenya 2016

OPPEIN will participate in the 19th BuildExpo Kenya Exhibit that is held in the Dome, Nairobi, Kenya from June 4th to 6th, 2016. Now OPPEIN is warmly inviting you who serve in furniture field to attend this important show. Welcome to OPPEIN booth!

 

OPPEIN Booth Info.
Booth NO.: B169-2
Contact: Allen Zhou – Regional Sales Manager | Africa
Email: allen@oppein.com
Tel/WhatsApp: 0086 15920543662
Inauguration:
12:00 Hrs on 4th June, Saturday
Exhibition Timings:
10:00 Hrs – 18:00 Hrs
Exhibition Venue:
The Dome, Carniovore Langata Road, Near Wilson Airport PO Box 56685, City Square 00200 Nairobi, Kenya

OPPEIN Website in Africa:

http://www.oppein-africa.com/

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OPPEIN Booth in 19th BuildExpo Kenya

Why OPPEIN attends 19th BuildExpo Kenya?

1. For the enormous influence of BuildExpo

Buildexpo Africa is the only show with the widest range of the latest technology in building material, mining machines, construction machinery and heavy equipment. At the 19th edition of Buildexpo, East Africa’s largest building and construction fair, it brings exhibitors from over 40 countries and about 14.3 million business prospects during the three-day event.

2. Kenya & Africa are important markets for OPPEIN
Since from 2010, OPPEIN has attended at least two exhibitions in Africa. Through these years of effort and hard work, OPPEIN furniture brand has attracted many fans and clients. OPPEIN finished over 200 projects per year in Africa and took these good quality cabinets into over 60000 families.

OPPEIN sales team feels honored and glad to attend BuildExpo, we regards it as important event. OPPEIN has taken part in it since from 2013 which was held in KICC. Kenya is under rapid development in its infrastructure, economic zone, commercial and residential building. OPPEIN also built a office in Kenya for starting more businesses there.

Kenya Office
Sun Apartments Plot 2070/1, Parklands 1st Avenue, Kenya

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OPPEIN Pictures of Past Exhibitions

What OPPEIN will show in Exhibition?
During the period of exhibition, Oppein not only brings attendees pamphlets and catalogues, but also bring the real furniture model, like kitchen cabinet,wardrobe, door samples.
These real exhibits make the local people see its type, including closet with swinging doors, walk-in wardrobes, closet with sliding doors and modular kitchen cabinets. Besides, they can also get to know these samples’ raw materials, finish and crafts.
For this time, OPPEIN will show one modern red high gloss lacquer kitchen cabinet. For getting more detail information about it, you’d better to come to exhibition to feel and operate it.

Exhibit Model Info.

Product Code: OP15-L37

Carcase Material: Particle Board

Countertop: Quartz Stone

Introduction: High gloss red is striking enough to bring focus to the kitchen, which make the kitchen appears passionate. The open cabinet near the oven is a smart and artistic design that offer you more places to put your frequently-used things.

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Model in 19th BuildExpo Kenya

With development of 20 years, OPPEIN has become the largest cabinetry manufacturer in Asia. We own about 4000 showrooms in China and over 110 showrooms in overseas. OPPEIN has cooperated with builders, contractors, architects and many construction companies from Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Nigeria, etc. OPPEIN made become gradually recognized, and many clients know OPPEIN products because their friends recommend it. OPPEIN has a dream that is to help everyone to build their ideal home and every OPPEINer is fighting for it. Welcome you to join in us!!

DS+R Reveals Design for the University of Chicago’s Rubenstein Forum

DS+R Reveals Design for the University of Chicago's Rubenstein Forum, Courtesy of Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Courtesy of Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) has unveiled its design for the David M. Rubenstein Forum at the southeast corner of Woodlawn Avenue and 60th Street on the University of Chicago‘s campus. The 90,000 square foot (8,500 square meter) facility has been devised as a place of intellectual, institutional, and educational exchange, fulfilling a variety of campus needs for meeting spaces. A collection of block-like volumes, the building’s two-story base is anchored by a narrow 165-foot (50 meter) tower, with the exterior materials and structure reflecting the programmatic divisions within.

The facility has been designed with complete focus on the user experience, placing an emphasis on reliable technology, quality foodservice, and informal spaces for more spontaneous meetings. Natural light is employed wherever possible, and transparency allows for users to establish connections with the University’s campus, surrounding communities, Downtown Chicago, and the Lakeshore.

“We composed the tower as a stack of ‘neighborhoods’ with meeting and communal spaces of all sizes—both formal and informal, calm and animated, focused and diffuse,” explains DS+R’s founding partner, Elizabeth Diller. “The building prompts its varied populations to cross paths with one another where possible to enhance intellectual exchange. The lower floors of the Rubenstein Forum are porous and dynamic with connections to the campus and the community in all directions. As one climbs the building, there is a progressive retreat from the everyday to more contemplative spaces with dramatic views ofChicago and Lake Michigan.”

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Courtesy of Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Courtesy of Diller Scofidio + Renfro

The building is broken up by what the University is calling “signature spaces,” which are denoted by the bronze cladding in the renderings. On the building’s ground floor, the tentatively named University Room is a flexible space for large lectures, panel discussions, or seated dinners, with accommodations for up to 600 people. Directly above the base in the building’s tower is a 285-seat auditorium being called the Presentation Hall, which will provide tiered-seating options for keynote presentations, panel discussions, film screenings, and performances. At the top of the tower, and tentatively named the Lake View Room, is a space meant for large departmental receptions, symposia of 50 to 75 scholars, or other activities.

According to the University Executive Vice President David Fithian, “For those of us involved every day in convening groups on campus and in organizing meetings and events for guests from around the world, the Rubenstein Forum fulfills a critical need for the University. Too often events hosted by the University are held in other parts of Chicago, and our guests are denied the opportunity to experience the intellectually dynamic and beautiful campus that we have in Hyde Park.”

The Rubenstein Forum is named for University Trustee and alumnus, David M. Rubenstein, JD’73, co-founder and co-CEO of the Carlyle Group, in recognition of his ongoing generosity to the University.

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