European Heritage Fair 2012 in Wiesbaden
In an exhibition space twice as large than in the past, this year’s EUHEF in Wiesbaden gathers selected specialists in the fields of monument conservation, architecture, antiques as well as interior and garden design at a new location in Biebrich Castle in Wiesbaden.
EUHEF – Trade fair and congress for monument conservation, architecture as well as interior and garden design; Biebrich Castle, Wiesbaden, 25–27 October 2012.
The three-day event is geared towards proprietors, operators and caretakers of historical homes, gardens and churches in private and public ownership as well as their employees and consultants, but also addresses those who simply enjoy traditional and classical interior and garden design.
Parallel to the fair, a number of specialised seminars take place that relate to the subject of energy-efficient refurbishing, renovation, monument conservation and marketing of historical houses. An evening event on the first day of the fair offers an additional opportunity to exchange ideas.
Cooperation partner and advisory body
The EUHEF 2012 takes place in cooperation with renowned institutions for monument preservation and cultural heritage. On a national level, these are the German Foundation for Monument Protection (Deutsche Stiftung für Denkmalschutz), the Association of Restorers (Verband der Restauratoren) and the Association of Restorers in Crafts (Verband der Restauratoren im Handwerk). Partners of the EUHEF on an international scale are the Europa Nostra, the leading European monument initiative, and INTBAU – International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism – a non-profit organisation under the patronage of the Prince of Wales.
The fair is accompanied by a high-carat advisory board that consists of practitioners and disseminators in the field of monument preservation. The advisory board reflects the EUHEF’s high quality standards. Its members include: Dr Wolfgang Illert, Director of the German Foundation for Monument Protection; Prince Alexander Sayn-Wittgenstein, President of Europa Nostra Deutschland; Guido Kramp, President of the Association of Restorers in Crafts; Christian Leonhard from the Association of Restorers; Dr Christian Striefler, Chairman of the Association of German Palace Administration, and Baron Christoph Schenck zu Schweinsberg, INTBAU Deutschland e.V.
Information and registration
EUHEF – Trade fair and congress for monument conservation, architecture as well as interior and garden design. Biebrich Castle, Wiesbaden, 25–27 October 2012.
Thursday, 25.10.2012: 10.00–18.00
Friday, 26.10.2012: 10.00–18.00
Saturday, 27.10.2012: 10.00–16.00
Admission charges: day ticket 14 euros* – advance sales 7 euros
2-day-ticket 21 euros – advance sales 14 euros
Further information and application forms are found at www.euhef.eu
The organiser of the three-day trade fair is the HMM Heritage Media & Marketing GmbH. The company is a publisher and communication agency that specialises in marketing castles and gardens, exclusive hotels, event locations and wedding venues, as well as in historic preservation.
Initially in 2006, the guidebook SCHENKS Castles & Gardens , a comprehensive compendium for discovering cultural assets in Germany and Central Europe, is published every year. SCHENKS Castles & Gardens was awarded with the ITB BookAward in 2007. The publishing company also issues the specialist periodical about historical houses and gardens HERITAGE and high-end art and cultural guides.
Ramona Schell, HMM Heritage Media & Marketing GmbH,
Schauenburgerstrasse 55-57, 20095 Hamburg, Germany
Tel. +49 (0)40 411257-0; Fax: +49 (0)40 411257-10;
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