The Grimaldi Forum Monaco will strengthen its events offering and provide a brand new space of 800 m2 with panoramic sea view terrace from September
The Grimaldi Forum Monaco will strengthen its events offering and provide a brand new space of 800 m2 with panoramic sea view terrace from September. “Indigo” has drawn its name from the Mediterranean influence and it opens on the deep blue sea. The Indigo will welcome all types of cultural or professional events in a warm atmosphere filled with tones of blue.
The Indigo will also become the location for new cultural and musical events “made in” Grimaldi Forum Monaco: exhibitions, video installations, concerts, etc. All of these will become occasions to highlight the creativity and know-how in terms of cultural productions, a true signature of the cultural and congress centre. Thus playing its “Event Factory” card, this flexible programme will adapt to the Grimaldi Forum’s event calendar with highlight period, particularly the winter months.
Designed to meet the expectations of organisers looking for somewhere both chic and versatile, the Indigo will be able to accommodate lunches and gala dinners, cocktails of up to 560 people, and VIP parties. Boasting an integrated office, caterers will find in it the comfort necessary to deliver high-quality services. Modularity is the key word of the Indigo, which will also be able to serve as location for exhibitions or meetings. Both private and autonomous, the Indigo will fully leverage its independence and complementarily with the other areas.
The Grimaldi Forum exhibition centre in the heart of Monaco is a short walk from Casino Square and a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean. Its state-of-the-art facilities includes a 106,000 square-foot exhibition centre, numerous function rooms and luxury catering facilities. Grimaldi Forum has the capacity to host events from 400 to 4,500 attendees. One of the greenest venues in Europe, it is built on land reclaimed from the sea; 500 cubic meters of water is pumped per hour, generating energy to heat and cool the building, without damaging sea life.