The unique and innovative exhibition layout of ARCHITECT@WORK was created by C4 -Creative Fo(u)r.
In order to ensure optimal contact between exhibitors and visitors, visitors are automatically led along a route that winds its way through small, uniform modules. The first contact takes place at the stand.
The innovative products presented by the exhibitors are presented in the exhibtion area (triangle) and on the walls. In each box, wich comprises four modules, a multimedia console takes centre stage (for PC/laptop).
At ARCHITECT@WORK, traditional aisles are transformed into lounge areas: places to enjoy a drink, to chat and to provide further explanation about innovative products, applications or services.
Exhibitors focus on innovative products, materials, applications and services that are presented for acceptance to a committee of architects and interior architects. This committee judges the innovative nature of each product presented, the guarantee that a visit to ARCHITECT@WORK will be interesting.
Technical specialists are present on all the stands to draw the interest of architects and other consultants to your product.
INFORMATION The mission of ARCHITECT@WORK is to provide much more than a simple meeting point for visitors from the architect sector. At ARCHITECT@WORK considerable focus is laid on the exchange of knowledge and innovative ideas. Short seminars provide an opportunity to present current issues or for fellow architects to share their experiences with visitors.
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CONSULTANTS Architects, interior architects, designers and other consultants will be invited exclusively via a customized registration system. During ARCHITECT@WORK exhibitors and visitors will be provided with free snacks and drinks throughout the exhibition.
COST EFFECTIVE A uniform all-in concept and free catering for exhibitors and visitors ensure that costs are kept to a minimum.
BRIEF Over a period of just two afternoons you will have the opportunity to meet with all the different architects and other types of consultants.