First time at the WEF:
a success story
Every year, SYMA builds exhibition stands and event superstructures on all continents across the globe. But this was the first time we had been involved at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
We were asked to design, plan and realise a DOMO two-storey outdoor pavilion for an attending client. This premiere was completed expertly and to the complete satisfaction of our client and their guests.
Only a few hundred metres away from the large Congress Centre, we erected our DOMO system pavilion with a floor space of 210 square metres spread over two storeys on a 12x12 metre base. It was extremely important to the client to be able to present their company in a sustainably built temporary structure. The basic design of the pavilion was planned and realised in reusable aluminium system elements using the DOMO modular system patented by SYMA. We integrated a 4.5 x 2.5 metre LED screen on the external façade facing the promenade, which provided visitors to the WEF with up-to-date information on what was happening at the Congress Centre. The large glass frontages on all sides of the façade provided pavilion guests with an unobstructed view of the beautiful alpine world of Davos. They also gave visitors on the street exciting insights into the day-to-day activities of our client.
We are delighted with this success and look forward to further exciting projects in Davos.