214 metres in length and 90 metres in width
Has sufficient capacity for 10,000 visitors
Over 15,000 square metres of exhibition space
The newest pavilion on the grounds is also the largest
The main architect of the most modern pavilion within the Brno exhibition grounds was Jaroslav Dokoupil. Construction of this huge pavilion, the biggest exhibition hall in Central Europe and the second-biggest hall of any kind in the Czech Republic, was completed in 2009 at a cost of almost one billion Czech crowns. Special panelling gives the 200-by-80-metre building impressive acoustics, making it suitable for use as a concert venue. It is formed by a steel support structure with the fewest columns on the floor possible. The shell is made of steel and glass. The glass sections are fitted with blinds to block the daylight when necessary. Inside, there is a separate entrance hall with ticket offices and cloakrooms as well as three permanent lecture halls.