Trade Fair architectureworld / Deutscher Hoteltag (German Hotel Day) held parallel with Orgatec
Dates 23rd – 27th October 2018
Organizer Messegesellschaft Bauen & Wohnen mbH
Location Cologne Trade Fair Exhibition Grounds, hall 10.1
Entry free for trade visitors after registration
Congress will likely be recognised as a training incl. certificates.
Mr. Komarek will talk about the "Arrival of the Digital Era in the Hotel Industry on Saturday the 27th of October 2018.
“We are very happy that we have participated in architectureworld, as for us it is more successful in comparison to other events of this type. Of course, we will definitely participate in Cologne 2018! Thank-you very much for the excellent support.”
WOLF BRIEGER · M.Sc. Interior Architect, muto‘ GmbH, Karlsruhe
⇒ 100% Trade Visitors
⇒ Result-oriented Contact Time
⇒ Innovative Technical and Product Presentations
⇒ Target-oriented Marketing
⇒ Need-specific Booth & Technical Planning
⇒ THE Networking Platform
⇒ Variety of Synergy Effects
⇒ Current Main Topics
⇒ Perfect Complete Package
⇒ Decisive Figures
Tun Razak Exchange, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, picture: unsplash
BACKGROUND OF THE CONGRESS TRADE FAIR
To integrate architecture more intensively in the planning of building and hotel construction projects, allowing networking and digitalization to grow – these are the mutual goals of architectureworld, the Deutsche Hoteltag (German Hotel Day) and ORGATEC. With 6,000 square meters, the Cologne trade fair exhibition grounds has space for approx. 100 exhibitors, as well as offering a diverse lecture program during five days.
For the past 15 years architectureworld has been known for its well-balanced and sophisticated presentation and its high-quality trade fair program for architects, planners, engineers and multipliers for construction. World-renown architects will also give talks in 2018 in Cologne on architecture and make impressive, innovative lectures about new materials and techniques for construction, buildings and hotels. The trade fair program is regarded as a further training venue for the architects and engineers’ societies.