International Exhibition and Convention Center | Greater Noida

Design / Completion 2002 / 2004 (Phase I)

Design / Completion 2004 (Phase II)

1.5 million square feet /1.5 million square feet

Steel and concrete frame, metal panel cladding, glass, sand stone, texture paint

The India Exposition Mart and Trade Fair at Greater Noida is India’s largest trade center. The project was planned in phases. Both Phase I & II planned for 1.5 million square feet each. This was made on the lines of Trade Marts in Europe such as MESSE, Munich and MESSE, Frankfurt.
The complex planned along a major highway that links New Delhi and Greater Noida has large exhibition halls, a trade mart, hotel, office, food courts, banks, meeting rooms, crate storage, warehouse, truck docks and banquet facilities. A random pattern on large solid walls of red and beige local sand stone along with clear glass and aluminium panels gives the project a very strong presence on the highway. Planned with all modern facilities of a trade center the India Expo Centre provides an international standard platform for trade similar to facilities such as Munich and Frankfurt.