Conference Venues

Design

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Venues created or furnished by acclaimed or emerging designers and architects. High tech, minimalistic, paradoxical, evocative spaces with plenty of authentic modern and/or contemporary art pieces, and a stylish décor.

Fondazione Querini Stampalia

Venezia (VE) - Veneto

  • Historical Mansion / Museum/Gallery / Historical Building / Multipurpose Area
  • Plenary capacity: 132
  • No. of halls:7
  • Point of ExcellenceDesign

    The interventions in the 60s by the Venetian architect Carlo Scarpa and the more recent ones by Valeriano Pastor and Mario Botta have contributed to give a strong, suggestive and functional image on the ground floor of this sixteenth-century building.

  • Further points of escellence: Art/Culture, In Town, Atmosphere, Uniqueness, Technology, History

Palariccione

Riccione (RN) - Emilia Romagna

  • Congress Centre / Multipurpose Area
  • Plenary capacity: 1393
  • No. of halls:10
  • Point of ExcellenceDesign

    Innovative glass and steel structure, designed by architects Alessandro Anselmi, Carlo and Pietro Gandolfi, and Studio Passarelli.
    Five levels of bright and modern amenities, such as the 1400 retractable armchairs in the plenary room.

  • Further points of escellence: Huge Spaces, Technology, Versatility of Spaces, Logistics, Glamour, Surroundings, Team Building, Contemporary, Green

Astoria Park Hotel

Riva del Garda (TN) - Trentino Alto Adige

  • Hotel 4 stars / Congress Centre
  • Plenary capacity: 300
  • No. of halls:5
  • Total bedrooms: 116
  • Point of ExcellenceDesign

    Copper, steel and crystal merging in a unique habitat, surrounded by nature. The leit-motiv of the building is the light, pushing the gaze upwards the landscape, which seems to get in through the big windows.

  • Further points of escellence: Leisure Activities, Technology