Everyone who has experienced Baselworld will be amazed by such outstanding and brilliant masterpieces at the exhibition, and be deeply intoxicated by the incredible art space! Today, the 2015 Basel Watch & Jewellery Show is about to kick off. As an annual ‘Oscar’ feast in the watch industry, this year’s Basel has entered the countdown phase. The exhibition hall is the first stop for visitors to contact the participating brands. The following watch home will take you to start the map tour. Baselworld2015 exhibition booth layout map is freshly released. Each brand will be clear at a glance, which will help you make full preparations for the visit. Let’s take a look together.
As your perfect viewing tool, the Baselworld2015APP application is essential. In addition to having an interactive 3D pavilion distribution guide, the BaselworldApp application includes detailed information on Baselworld exhibitors and media events, as well as press conferences, to help you make the most of your visit.
It is worth mentioning that in addition to the familiar features in the past, the Baselworld2015 application has a new feature: an interactive navigation system that can easily take you from one booth to another booth you are going to. This is an indispensable viewing tool for pre-planned routes. Not only is this particularly useful for first-time visitors and journalists, but it is also a good helper for visitors who can save time and energy!
Baselworld2015 booth layout
The exhibition hall is the first stop for visitors to contact the participating brands. Familiarity with the layout of the venue is very important. The overall layout of the exhibition hall is still divided into five parts. There is not much difference from previous years, but the brand layout is slightly Adjustment. Baselworld2015’s booth layout is freshly released, letting you walk around as you want.
Baselworld2015 booth layout
Hall1 Hall1: The Most Important Big Card
When visiting the Basel Watch Fair, first of all, focus on the area of key brands-Hall1.0, the largest watch and luxury goods groups, and the most important independent big names are concentrated here. Classic brands under the Swatch Group, LVMH Group, and Kering Group have gathered here, and Patek Philippe, JB, Rolex, Omega, Hublot, Chanel … the new products during the exhibition will be dazzling and fascinating.
On this floor, Hermès, Dior and Swarovski all have very prominent positions, and the new products of fashion brands have made the trendy people look forward to it. The Chinese brand Fiyta is still in last year’s position. I wonder what kind of surprise this year will bring. If you want to browse through these brands carefully, I am afraid that it will take a few days. Visiting is really a manual labor, and it is recommended that visitors look first.
There are more niche brands on this floor, and everyone’s awareness may be lower, but for the Basel Watch Fair, ‘Every Flower is Beautiful’, each brand is a beautiful landscape. For young people, Casio’s new products are still worth a look.
Hall 2: Hall2
The second exhibition hall is also divided into three floors, with many independent small brands. The small exhibition halls are also unique and will attract many interested friends. Because there are too many brands, the dazzling layout is dizzying, so I won’t expand them one by one, as shown in the figure.
Hall 3: Hall3
Halls 4 and 5: Hall 4 and Hall 5
Hall 4 and Hall 5 have not changed much, and friends can explore on their own when they arrive.
Summary: The beautiful Basel is full of mystery and artistic atmosphere. Whether it is natural scenery or humanistic architecture, it is worth visiting by friends outside the exhibition, and it will definitely make you feel worthwhile. During the exhibition, the professional team of the Watch House will bring you the most timely, comprehensive and professional reports. 2015, Baselworld, Watch House will spend wonderful time with you and look forward to more surprises. (Picture / text watch home Li Shuai)
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