Rome, the ex-military base Guido Reni becomes a location for events: 23 spaces available in the area
The official debut, with opening to the public, is due next 8th December with the first worldwide multimedia exhibition The Adventures of Alice, however companies can already book from the 1st December. The Guido Reni District, the brand new space for events in Rome presents itself with a great show.
Found in the street with the same name, the post industrial complex is the result of the restyling of the ex military base Guido Reni, belonging to the Gruppo Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, which started a partnership with agency Ninetynine as reported on the website Engage.it. This is an imposing facility, unique in its kind, capable of hosting contemporaneously many events of different kinds, from conventions to presentations, from fashion shows to cinema sets. The spaces available in fact, are 23 for a total surface area of 72,000 metres squared – 50,000 of which covered – all independent but overlooking the same internal courtyard, so as to be able to set up events both indoors as well as outdoors, also served by backoffice areas.
Every room – the smallest of 300 metres squared, the largest of 1,200 – has different characteristics: some are without columns and with high ceilings up to 8 metres, to allow any kind of set-up or personalisation for any kind of event. Moreover, all spaces are accessible directly with cars, so as to make logistics extremely easy and so as to set up even automotive events. Another advantage is that the location is found in a area of Rome that is full of attractions: it is found right infront of Maxxi, one of the most innovative art museum facilities of the city, and close to the Auditorium Parco della Musica, the Foro Italico, the Ponte della Musica and from PalaTiziano. Apart from being served by good public transport, the Guido Reni District also has 1,000 parking lots available right close to the entrance for those who travel with their own means.