Gira Support UK Architects with Dedicated eNewsletter Gira Support UK Architects with Dedicated eNewsletter

Gira Support UK Architects with Dedicated eNewsletter

Gira, one of the world’s leading full-range suppliers for intelligent building design and management is empowering the British design community by extending distribution of its specialist enewsletter direct to UK architects as the smart home sector continues steady growth.

Following the success of RIBA and BIID-Approved CPD by Gira‚ ‘When intelligent technology meets breathtaking design’, the company is further supporting architects and specifiers by inviting them to discover more about the possibilities of smart building systems and solutions.

“More than 25,000 architects worldwide already receive our free newsletter by email, and we are very proud to now offer it to our UK design community so they can see the latest smart home case studies, RIBA and BIID approved CPDs and training opportunities unique to Gira,” said Jacob Muijnck, Managing Director at Gira.

Market research indicates that household penetration of smart home technology is expected to reach 84.4% of households by 2026, and Gira stand ready to assist architects as they meet this demand. At present, the UK is one of the top 5 markets for smart home products and systems, above Germany and Japan, and second only to the USA and China.

“Given this growing appetite, we want to continue to play our part in serving the architects and designers of tomorrow, as they help to promote the concept of sustainable development and smart urbanism across the UK property market” adds Jacob.

The Gira eNewsletter offers:

  • The latest smart home case studies featuring green technology
  • RIBA and BIID approved CPDs
  • International Design and Architectural Trends
  • Free training and seminar opportunities
  • Networking and meet-up events
  • Product and company news from Gira
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Gira is proudly committed to growing its business in the UK and want to support British architects, as the profession faces to new challenges post-pandemic. The company is eager to support newly qualified and seasoned designers, to expand and grow individual design repertoires and give professionals access to the latest smart building systems for their client’s and the built environment.