SCHULBAU Stuttgart

| International exhibition for educational institute architecture

The SCHULBAU Fair in Stuttgart is an annual trade fair that has established itself as an international platform for architecture and spatial design in the education sector. Organized and hosted by Cubus Medien Verlag GmbH, this event attracts numerous professionals from various fields who are involved in the construction, renovation, and management of school buildings and educational institutions..

The venue, the Carl Benz Arena, with its modern architecture and technical equipment, provides the ideal setting for presenting products and services as well as for professional exchange. This arena is known for its multifunctional usability and is located in Stuttgart, a city distinguished by a rich architectural history and as an important hub for technology and innovation.

A core theme of the fair is sustainable development in school construction. This includes energy-conscious and ecological construction, innovative space concepts for all-day schools, and the renovation and modernization of existing educational facilities. The focus is on introducing trends that consider both economic and ecological aspects to encourage responsible resource management and create optimal learning environments.

The fair serves as a meeting point for a multitude of professions. Architects, specialist planners, representatives from authorities and institutions, investors, and building contractors come together to share their knowledge and experience in various formats such as panel discussions, expert lectures, and presentations. Special highlights include in-depth discussions on forward-looking topics and the presentation of the latest technologies and materials in the field of school construction.

By combining a professional exhibition and an accompanying speaker program, the SCHULBAU Fair in Stuttgart offers a unique opportunity to learn about the latest innovations, strengthen networks, and initiate new collaborations. It is not only a hub for information but also a source of inspiration for future projects, contributing to the enhancement of the quality and reputation of educational buildings in society.

The SCHULBAU in Stuttgart took place from Wednesday, 28. February to Thursday, 29. February 2024.

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Local time:
18:01 h (UTC +01:00)

Fair location:

Carl Benz Arena,
Mercedesstr. 73D, 70372 Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany


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Fair organizer
Cubus Medien Verlag GmbH
Knauerstr. 1
20249 Hamburg, Germany
Tel: +49 (0)40 28096750
Fax: +49 (0)40 28096752
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Past editions:
  • 28. - 29. February 2024

Fair location:

Carl Benz Arena,
Mercedesstr. 73D, 70372 Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany


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Product groups: acoustic elements, air conditioners, exterior design, facade systems, fire protection, floor coverings, furniture, heating systems, interior design, laboratory equipment, locking technology, media technology, modular construction, paints, playground equipment, roof coverings, sanitary facilities, security technology, sports equipment, ventilation systems, wall coverings, windows, wood construction, …

Disclaimer: No responsibility is taken for the correctness of this information. Errors and alterations excepted! Fair dates and exhibition sites are subject to change by the respective trade fair organiser.


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14. May 2024
27. - 28. November 2024

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Where does the SCHULBAU taking place?
The SCHULBAU fair takes place in Stuttgart, at the Carl Benz Arena.

When is the SCHULBAU taking place?
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How often does the SCHULBAU take place?
The SCHULBAU takes place annually.

What kind of fair is the SCHULBAU?
The SCHULBAU is an exhibition for Architecture, Furnishing and Infrastructure.