50 years of the Davos WEF: SYMA builds on previous success
Every year, SYMA build exhibition stands and event superstructures in a number of countries around the world. Working on this year’s World Economic Forum 50th anniversary was something special.
This was the third year running that a company based in Canada commissioned us to create a two-storey outdoor pavilion.
Employing our SYMA DOMO pavilion system allowed us to meet the client’s expectations in terms of function, design and sustainability. Our client was satisfied with the results, as were visitors to this prestigious space. We worked on a 12x12 metre base just a hundred metres from the main Congress Centre, erecting a DOMO system pavilion with 210 square metres of floor space spread across two storeys. It was very important to the client that they could present their organisation using a temporary structure which was sustainably built. The basic design of the pavilion was built with a reusable aluminium system which used elements of SYMA’s patented DOMO modular system. The large glass façades around the frontage gave guests an unobstructed view of Davos’ beautiful alpine scenery.