Scott Brownrigg, international conference centre in Cyprus
Capital is home to delegates for next six months
Scott Brownrigg has completed the renovation of a series of abandoned buildings in Cyprus which will host the current Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
The project includes conference and communication facilities, as well as landscape designs incorporating the 27 member state flags.
The Xenon Conference Hall holds up to 1,000 delegates, with 30 mezzanine booths for interpreters and media users.
Other facilities include two 150-seat auditoria, three 200-seat restaurants and a temporary media village.
7 August 2012