The times when sports facilities and sports halls were only for schools and clubs are behind us. Movement and sport are increasingly practised outside club structures. Spaces for movement for everyone – this is the goal! People want to be able to work out flexibly and use existing sports facilities in line with their individual needs and in tune with their personal lifestyle. FSB is your platform for launching the collaborative development and implementation of new planning concepts.
Why you should visit the Movement theme world
Public spaces for movement, from open spaces to sports centres and school facilities, attract users when they open up diverse possibilities for use and are freely accessible. The Movement theme world at FSB is devoted to precisely these concepts and solutions that encourage individuals to exercise, train and play in their own personal way. The goal: to inspire enthusiasm for movement and promote fitness. Local authorities and investors in public infrastructure projects will find an extensive range of concepts for planning, operating and maintaining all kinds of spaces for movement at FSB. These are the clear benefits that the FSB Movement theme world offers visitors:
- Discover new concepts and solutions
- Find and try out products
- Meet partners for implementing your project and discuss concepts
- Exchange ideas with decision makers, investors and suppliers, and develop solutions
Become an FSB exhibitor
Do you develop solutions that promote movement and fitness in cities, towns and schools? Do you provide attractive concepts for contemporary urban spaces and modern sports facilities? FSB is your chance to meet decision makers, planners, architects and investors that are looking to create modern spaces for movement. Multifunctional, versatile and barrier-free – this is what tomorrow’s exercise and recreation facilities must be if they are to meet people’s diverse needs. Present your ideas, concepts, products and services that cities, towns and local authorities can use to build new exercise and recreation facilities or upgrade existing centres.
Urban spaces for movement – fitness for all generations
Urbanisation is attracting more and more people to cities, where they can enjoy a diverse spectrum of leisure activities. But what about the range of exercise and recreation facilities available to city dwellers? Too often there is room for improvement here. Children, young people, adults and senior citizens are looking for opportunities to get active and moving, either alone or in groups. Some of them want to stay fit without having to sign up for a course or join a club; others are looking for both physical and mental well-being. Public spaces for movement are also attractive because they act as meeting places for like-minded people who enjoy being active. Independent, barrier-free, multifunctional and in harmony with urban green areas – this is how urban spaces for movement should be designed. Discover the concepts, materials and technologies that enable you to achieve this in the Movement theme world. Become a part of FSB and create spaces for movement.