LET’S MEET IN 2025!
9-13 APRIL 2025
This year, around 500 exhibitors presented their novelties at the prominent construction industry, building engineering and interior design forum of the Central and Eastern European region. In addition to the exhibitor’s offer, the more than 30,000 interested people who visited the HUNGEXPO Budapest Congress and Exhibition Center during the exhibition period were able to participate in numerous professional conferences, presentations, and lectures.
During the opening ceremony on the first day, Mr. Gábor Ganczer, CEO of Hungexpo Ltd., greeted the gathering, and then Mr. Regő Lánszki, State Secretary for Architecture of the Ministry of Construction and Transportation, gave a speech. The CONSTRUMA and HUNGAROTHERM Awards were also presented at the opening ceremony.
This year’s professional programs and the exhibition bouquet focused on the challenges of the construction industry of the future – energy efficiency, energy-saving homes and sustainability. Quality and arousing the interest of new generations in construction professions were also prominent topics. There was great interest in the 15th Solar Conference and Solar Race, the competition of solar panel manufacturing specialists. Highlights of the exhibition series included the continuing education courses of the Hungarian Chamber of Architects and the Budapest and Pest County Chamber of Engineers, the Meeting of Roofing Professionals, and the conference organized by one of the main professional partners of the exhibition series, the National Association of Construction Contractors.
The energy consultancy of the Hungarian Chamber of Engineers, the conference of the Budapest Chamber of Architects and the architectural firms presenting themselves in the framework of the Open Studio further enriched the program offer of the exhibition bouquet.
Sustainability and energy efficiency were also at the center of HOMEDesign, the defining exhibition of CONSTRUMA’s home-making exhibition bouquet. Many people were interested in the interior of the National Association of Interior Designers, where visitors could see the latest interior design solutions, colors and styles. DESIGNMatrix was a 100 square meter installation in which the designers presented the latest innovations.
Based on the feedback, the conference organized by FABUNIO – Hungarian Furniture and Wood Industry Association, the now traditional WOODLIKE Workshop, and the exhibition called A thousand-colored wood, the aim of which was to present wooden objects made by Hungarian contemporary designers to the general public and the wood industry, were successful with high participation. The Hungarian Design stand and the conference of the Stone Carving Industry Board and stone carving presentation were also very popular.
HUNGAROTHERM 11TH TRADE EXHIBITION FOR HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR-CONDITION TECHNOLOGY AND SANITATION
THE BIENIAL MEETNG OF BUILDING ENGINEERING
Held biennially as a part of the CONSTRUMA exhibition bouquet, HUNGAROTHERM is Hungary’s largest summit of building engineering. The exhibition’s most prominent themes are heating, ventilation technologies, renewable energies and the novelties in other areas of building engineering.
Today’s new challenges are bringing significant changes in the field of building engineering and renewable energy which focus on energy efficiency and smart homes. The companies appearing according to the main themes of the exhibition are also looking for answers to these challenges with new energy-saving products and solutions.
Beside the presence of manufacturers, the premium professional accompanying programmes are great attractions for visitors too. In 2023 innovative building engineering solutions, renewable energy sources, digitalization and modernization will be in the focus of attention.
In addition to the exhibitors’ products and services, HUNGAROTHERM also attracts mechanical engineers, fitters and future professionals with programmes, competitions and meetings to increase the event’s professional appeal. Facing new challenges, the construction industry is experiencing significant changes in terms of building engineering and renewable energy, so it’s worth utilizing this opportunity to present the latest trends and products to the widest possible audience in next spring’s HUNGAROTHERM exhibition.