REBUILD 2023 shows a turning point in boosting industrialization

REBUILD 2023, the leading summit for professionals in the building sector, has exceeded all expectations in its sixth edition, bringing together 22,854 congress participants, mostly architects, developers and builders, as well as actors from the entire value chain of the industry to jointly chart the way towards the new model of industrialised building construction.




Relive the best moments of REBUILD 2023!

REBUILD 2023, under the claim “Building Together”, it has focused on the requirement to work collaboratively, following the guidelines of public-private collaboration, between companies and with the participation of the different stakeholders of the sector, who play a key role in their market niche.

The industry's biggest knowledge forum

The Advanced Architecture and Construction 4.0 Congress, the industry’s largest knowledge forum, brought together 617 international experts who discussed the urgent change in the Technical Building Code to stimulate industrialization; the value of the circular economy and the materials that drive this model; the use of technologies, such as BIM or AI, which are facilitators of collaborative work; as well as focusing on the state of the Next Gen for rehabilitation, the most innovative housing policies or the challenge of the lack of talent.

Some of the experts who have participated in REBUILD 2023 are Stepan Martinovsky, Senior Associate and Project Leader at Heatherwick Studio; Taba Rasti, Senior Partner and Co-Director in the Madrid office of Foster + Partners; Rafael de la Hoz from Rafael de la Hoz Arquitectos; Carlos Lamela, Executive President of Estudio Lamela; Fermín Vázquez, Architect at b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos; Marta Vall-Llosera, Chairman at CSCAE; César Frías, Partner and Creative Director of Morph; Borja Ferrater, Partner Architect at OAB; Sara de Giles, Partner at MGM Arquitectos; José Manuel Toral, Partner of Peris+Toral; Felipe Pich-Aguilera, Architect and Founder of Picharchitects / Pich-Aguilera; Miquel Lacasta, Partner at Archikubik; David Martínez, CEO of AEDAS Homes and Chairman of REBUILD, and Diego Escario, Partner atCano y Escario, among others.

New materials and systems that will revolutionise the sector

The sixth edition of REBUILD brought together a total of 544 exhibiting firms such as ABB, ACR, Aedas Homes, Aldes, Aliaxis, Alpac, Arquima, Arboretum Haus, Baublock, BAXI, BMI Group, Danosa, Egoin, Eurecat, Evowall, ExSitu, Faveker, FINSA, Grupo Cetosa, Grupo Lobe, Holcim, Hormipresa, Jung, Leviat, Lignum Tech, Mitsubishi, Peronda, Ramón Soler, Schneider, Siber, Sika, Sodeca, Soler&Palau, Soprema, Tabihaus, Thermochip, Viuda de Sainz, Zehnder, and Zennio. All of them presented technologies and solutions for lighting, interiors, kitchens, bathrooms, enclosures, floors and surfaces, façades, energy efficiency or air conditioning, home automation, digital and BIM solutions or off siteconstruction systems in 2D or 3D.

High level of Netowrking Activities

Bryden Wood, Saloni, Tecnalia Research & Innovation, Sociedad Municipal Zaragoza Vivienda, Visesa and the Chilean Chamber of Construction were the prize-winning organisations at the Advanced Architecture Awards.


In this edition, Aragon has been the European Innovative Region and has had a special participation at REBUILD, where the most outstanding projects that are being carried out in the Aragonese community have been exhibited.