The REMs were a popular exhibit over the three days, and received many positive reactions about the exhibition design, individual products, and the materials passports concept at the event Building Holland . Visitors were able to open the different materials passports by scanning the QR or NFC codes placed by every product with their smartphone. In addition to the materials passports, Building Holland was also the first location with manual guides, featuring the visuals developed for the products. The manual guide is a one-page summary of the information which can be found in a passport, and was originally developed for visitors without a smartphone or internet connection. There was guided tours of the REMs twice a day at Building Holland.
The Reversible Experience Modules exhibition is built from more than 70 products and systems designed for reuse, recovery and recycling.
18 April, 12:25 – 12:45
BAMB partner Ernst-Jan Mul, EPEA, is going to present on the topic of BAMB on Wednesday at the ‘Podium Inspiranten’ in hall 10 of the RAI: “Buildings As Materials Banks: Reversible Design and Materials Passports”.
18 april, 13:05 – 13:25
EPEA Nederland: Ernst-Jan Mul – 0031 85 104 42 35