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1/2016 - January/February

The lift German market is quite similar to the Italian one. One of the key aspects of both markets is the huge presence of small and medium enterprises. Once again for Interlift, the Italian attendance was very important: Italy is still the first foreign country in terms of participation (exhibitors and visitors). In the report, page 6, Fabio Liberali talks about figures and main activities relevant to Augsburg exhibition (October 2015).
On December 2015, the second edition of the seminar “Beyond the Square and the X: the lift design in architecture” was held, organised by IUAV University of Venice. In the article, a detailed report of papers and speakers, as well as comments by audience and organisers. This event was aimed at future architects with the aim of spreading the lift matter and relevant technical information.
In the morning, the need for a common language in order to speak to architects about lifts was discussed. Elevatori, the event media-partner, has been trying and promoting the search for such a language for years (see also “Architecture” articles by Dario Trabucco and Daria Petucco), with case studies and specific articles.
Elevatori attended the launch (in Gijón, Spain, November 2015) of an innovative system: Multi by ThyssenKrupp, aiming at “using the lift car for horizontal and vertical movements” (thanks to the principle of magnetic field variation). The most evident result? The removal of ropes! See at page 26 how this is possible.
The article “New evacuation lifts” focuses on a new concept system based on the Floor Warden principle (FW), for the evacuation of building occupants. “The FW concept allows the control of the lift by a member of the emergency response team (ERT), at the evacuation floor. The advantage is that there is no need to appoint an additional ERT member only for controlling the lift”.
Starting from this issue, a new column dedicated to the important women of the lift industry. The first interview unveils a well-known journalist writing for the most important Italian newspaper (Corriere della Sera): Maria Volpe, she is also the owner of Elevatori.

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