Messes take control

Goddard, Charlotte
February 1999
Marketing Event;Feb99, p49
Offers a look at exhibition venues in Germany and the roles of messes in the country. Comments from Harold Koetter, director of communications for German trade fair association AUMA; Importance of cooperation between messes; Expansion plans of the messes.


Related Articles

  • NEW EXHIBITION HALL FOR INTERLIFT.  // Elevator World;Dec2008, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p44 

    The article focuses on a new exhibition hall for the Interlift 2009 trade fair in Germany. The facility has no columns and 105 X 75 meters of floor space. The approximately 8,000-square-meter hall, with a ceiling height of 10 meters, gives exhibitors a spacious environment for presentations. The...

  • Messes set to pool resources.  // Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p14 

    Discusses the reason behind the decision of Germany's top exhibition venues to pool their resources. Details on the merger of Cologne Messe, Hanover and Frankfurt Messes for shows in the United States and Asia; Implications of the merger on Germany's status as a leading international trade fair...

  • Fair enough. Fletcher, Peter // Electronic Design;8/19/96, Vol. 44 Issue 17, p64T 

    Narrates the author's experience of visiting the construction site of the exhibition hall of the Messe Munchen GmbH of Munich, Germany. Messe Munchen as organizer of trade shows including the Electronics exhibition of electronic components and microsystems; Exhibition site as a showcase for...

  • …but its kunsthalle is on hold. C. Bf. // Art Newspaper;Sep2011, Issue 227, p20 

    The article discusses the 2011 postponement of construction of a kunsthalle, or exhibition hall, in Berlin, Germany due to the city's financial status, despite support from mayor Klaus Wowereit and popular support.

  • Short-lived space for Berlin. C. H. // Art Newspaper;Dec2008, Vol. 17 Issue 197, p22 

    The article announces the opening of the new exhibition space Temporäre Kunsthalle in the centre of Berlin, Germany at the end of October 2008. The exhibition space was designed by Austrian architect Adolf Krischanitz and was built on the ruins of the bombed out Prussian royal palace. Eight...

  • Neue Eule-Orgel in der Duisburger Mercatorhalle.  // Forum Kirchenmusik;mar/apr2013, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p28 

    Information on the concert organ constructed by the Hermann Eule company in the Mercatorhalle exhibition hall in Duisberg, Germany is presented, discussing the intonations of the musical instrument's registers.

  • Berlin art complex excites Chinese interest. R. P. // Art Newspaper;Apr2012, Issue 234, p9 

    The article discusses interest from a group of Chinese businesspeople to invest in and create an exhibition space in the Pfefferberg historic building in Berlin, Germany.

  • The intimate grandeur of a Rococo hunting lodge. Harris, D. // Architectural Digest;Mar1992, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p197 

    Looks at Schloss Falkenlust, a two-story Rococo style hunting lodge built in 1729 by Elector Clemens August, archbishop of Cologne. Designed by Francois Cuvillies, the 12-room lodge has been restored and is now a public museum. Falcon motif; Materials; Proportions; Ornamentation.

  • Potsdamer Platz designs strive to re-unite Berlin. Mathewson, C. // Architectural Record;Jan1992, Vol. 180 Issue 1, p20 

    Offers a look at the Munich firm of Heinz Hilmer and Christopher Sattler's design for the recreation of Berlin's Potsdamer Platz. London's Richard Rogers Partnership is designing a traffic and security scheme.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics