The Convention and Exhibition Centre is a versatile facility. The congress and exhibition sections can be used separately or make one combined unit. Moreover, the exhibition section allows adjustment of the rooms to individual preferences and create multiple variations of room configurations.
The facility's functions are matched by its architecture based on an isometric projection of circles or their segments which are the base of two blocks: the exhibition section's ellipse and the congress hall's reversed cone.
The facility consists of an exhibition hall, congress hall, conference halls, offices, gastronomy, technical rooms, social rooms, storerooms, and unloading space.
CKW's building has a clear distinction between Congress and exhibition blocks.
The height of blocks from the ground floor is:
- 23,50 m,
- 23,43 m,
- 21,33 m.
The center has three floors above ground, except for a two-story high exhibition section. The building has a basement.
The surface on all of the floors is divided between:
The combined surface of the whole building is
27 276,81 m2
213 921,36 m3
27 276,81 m2
Area of movement
10 495,70 m
basic:12 617,60 m2
External 57 m2 LED screen , 10.24m width and 5.60m height (radius of curvature: 8.5 m)
external contour lightning of the entire CKW building gives the facility a beautiful look at night
(communication in congress and exhibition segments)
internal screens to display any image
A. congress segment 2nd floor: 10 55" screens + 2 80" screens
B. congress segment 1st floor: 17 55" screens + 2 80" screens
C. congress segment ground floor: 13 55" screens
D. basements: 3 55" screens
E. restaurant: 2 55" screens
videowall on congress segment ground floor consists of 25 55" screens
10 interactive kiosks/mobile totems