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An aerial route devoted to Architecture and Contract

Cersaie Upstairs is the 2022 novelty: an elevated pathway that winds its way through sensorial, immersive, cultural and playful experiences to welcome professionals, contract operators and internationally renowned architecture firms to a special venue characterised by the theme of the four elements.

The route on the first floor unites historic and new generation pavilions through Gallery 21 - 22 and Gallery 25 - 26 to Halls 19 - 20.

Air and Water themes for trend-setting architecture

Gallery 21/22 will host Archincont(r)act in a format involving 6 of the most important international architecture firms. 
In an evocative setting dedicated to the theme of Water and conceptually recalling the Stonehenge site, visitors can view multimedia content through augmented reality and experience virtual reality as a gateway to a metaverse of places created by the genius of great designers.
It is an immersive experience within the projects that these 6 architecture firms are presenting at Cersaie.

A newly designed VIP Lounge inspired by the elements Earth and Fire

In Gallery 25/26, the representation of the two natural elements will lead the visitor into a unique and emotional atmosphere.
The use of video mapping will contribute to enriching the visitor's sensory perception.
A VIP Lounge will welcome delegations of international operators from the world of architecture and contract operators.

Cersaie Upstairs: from the elements to the culinary experience

On the mezzanine floor between halls 19 and 20, tradition and innovation are at home: in a restaurant run by the Associazione Bolognese Tour-Tlen, every day you can taste the classic Tortellini Bolognesi and variations of the original recipe interpreted by member chefs and the Mortadella Selezione Tour-Tlen, born from the collaboration between Felsineo and the Association's chefs.

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