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(March 17–20, 2005)

Patrick Cheatham

The Berkeley Bowl

Maurizio Castelli

The new Complex of Fiera Milano

Rho-Pero, Milano, Lombardia, Italy

11.30 am, 18 Mars 2005

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The New Complex of Fiera Milano

In 2005 Milan Fair will have one of the world’s leading exhibition systems, designed to meet the growing demands for efficiency and functionality by all those who work in a fair
environment. The facility was designed to simultaneously accommodate multiple shows and to streamline the huge traffic flow of people and goods.

The New Complex consists of eight large pavilions, two of these will be two-level buildings, divided into 20 exhibition modules and linked via a central passageway suspended
approximately 6 m above the ground. The facility will comprise all the services, 80 conference rooms, 14 restaurants of various, types (self-service, free-flow, sit-down), 7 banqueting areas,
10 large snack bars, 50 bars.

The New Fiera Milano Complex project provides for an extensive parking system, landscaped areas, and a wide range of compatible functions, such as hotels, shopping arcades, bars and restaurants, and leisure time facilities. It will therefore offer all the complementary services, enhancing the surrounding area and offering business visitors
a pleasant stay.
The parking facilities have been organized in two lots: the first will accommodate 10,000 cars, while the second lot with 10,000 parking spaces will be built in another area also owned by Fondazione Fiera Milano, about 1.5 km from the exhibition center. A 9-hectare park north-west of the Complex and a landscaped walkway will surround the exhibition pavilions, for a total of approx. 180,000 sq. m of green spaces. Compatible services, which means trade
fair-related activities such as hotels, restaurant and bars, fitness centre, arcade, that help to improve its services, will occupy a total area of 60,000 square meters.
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