Hall B3 GF
This hall has a completely closed ceiling separating the lower floor and the upper floor, so the two areas can be used independently of one another. That is also facilitated by the load lift with access from the inside and the outside. That means it is even possible to assemble and dismantle stands on the upper floor while another event is running on the ground floor.
There are two restaurants with space for more than 400 customers. The hall also has a separate conference area on two levels. It provides space for up to 550 people, in rooms which permit flexible partitioning.
Halls B1 to B4 are part of an interconnected two-storey building complex with a length of 350 metres. The East Foyer serves as the entrance area. Each hall can also be used individually if required, and access is then via the open spaces.
The building complex permits clear structuring of areas. The two floors and the individual halls facilitate separation between different thematic areas or special event spaces. And it is easy for an event to grow from one year to another – simply book neighbouring halls for seamless growth.
The logistics are convincing. There are car parking spaces for visitors in the underground car park below the hall. There are free spaces for exhibitors right next to the halls. And load lifts for easy access to the upper floor. These lifts are also directly accessible from the outside.