Oval Lingotto was the centre of attention during the 2006 Olympic Winter Games as the venue where the Italian athletes won the gold medals in speed skating. Post-Olympics: the building is being used for fairs and exhibitions, while maintaining the option of use as an ice rink venue. Technical data: the building is composed of the main hall with a surface area of about 20,000 square meters. It is a large, easily-adaptable area due to its completely suspended roof that uses no intermediate supports. Oval Lingotto is managed by Lingotto Fiere, part of the French group GL events, a publicly traded company on the Paris Stock Exchange and a leading international name in the organisation of events, the management of expo hubs and the provision of services.
Construction Year: 2005
Via Mattè Trucco, 70, 10126 Torino (TO)

45.0292496, 7.6659023

Languages spoken by staff: FRENCH, ENGLISH, ITALIAN, GERMAN
Distance from airport in kilometres: 26,0
Distance from motorway turn-off in kilometres: 8,0
Distance from railway station in kilometres: 6,0
Distance from town centre : 6
Display area size
Covered display area (mq): 20000,0