Le Mondial du Bâtiment: a one-stop shop for innovations
From 4 to 8 November 2019, Le Mondial du Bâtiment returns to Paris-Nord Villepinte with Interclima, Idéobain and Batimat coming together as the leading international event for the architecture, building and construction industries.
With less than 5 months before Le Mondial du Bâtiment opens, preparations are well underway with many market leaders and a strong industry representation confirmed for each of the shows. This year again the show will be a one-stop shop for the world’s largest range of solutions and innovations for building and renovating all types of buildings.
Le Mondial du Bâtiment will build on what made the 2017 edition such a success, optimising the synergies between the 6 interconnected business areas and adding two new sectors: Construction Tech and Offsite.
In Halls 1 and 2, Interclima will represent all the climate control markets for energy efficiency and comfort in single occupancy and multi-occupancy residential, tertiary and industrial buildings. It will offer direct access to Idéobain and all the Batimat sectors via the gallery.
• In Hall 3, Idéobain – the bathroom show – will connect directly to the Interior Design area of Batimat, in response to a request from influencers for easy access to all products and services for living spaces, including wet rooms.
• Batimat will occupy four halls. In Hall 4, Interior and Outdoor design will take centre place. Hall 5A will host the Workshop Machinery and Joinery/Closures sectors. Hall 5B will be home to Tools, Site Equipment and – for the first time – commercial vehicles, all with outdoor areas for demonstrations. Straddling Halls 5A and 6, the new Construction Tech sector will present building digitisation solutions and host the largest gathering of sector-specific start-ups. In Hall 6 you will find Building Structure and Envelope solutions together with all the sector’s professional organisations. And for the first time in France, Batimat has given the popular Hall 6 Offsite area its own dedicated sector.
Le Mondial du Bâtiment 2019 has its finger firmly on the pulse and, with the considerable support from the unions and professional organisations, will also be a unique source of information to help decode the new challenges facing the industry.
Finally, for this edition the organisers have designed even more tools to make life easier for visitors and help them make the most of their show: for the first time, mini guides for each visitor category (tradespeople/companies, contractor/project owner, design firm, etc.); self-guided trails to match your areas of interest; guided visits; new format pitch sessions: assess all the Innovation Awards competitors by area of interest; search engines to help you organise your visit with the times of all events, day by day.