The location

More than just a venue

Our space for your ideas

Your possibilities

Corporate: National and international congresses
The demand for a central congress centre is great. Companies, enterprises and organisations of regional and supra-regional origin have already signalled a strong interest in a conference venue in a central location.

Trade fairs and seminars
As a central educational location, Brugg-Windisch is a hub between science and business. The CAMPUSSAAL, as the heart of the CAMPUS, promotes the exchange of experience and the transfer of knowledge from research to practice, also thanks to the cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland. The CAMPUSSAAL provides the best infrastructure for trade fairs and exhibitions.

Cultural events
The CAMPUSSAAL provides a worthy setting for music, dance and all kinds of cultural events.

Professional congress organisation
The professionally run business offers comprehensive seminar and congress organisation including event marketing and catering.

The CAMPUSSAAL is ideal for political events.

Educational events are predestined for the CAMPUSSAAL, which forms the heart of the CAMPUS of the FHNW with 3000 students of technology, economics and pedagogy.

Where your ideas can unfold

Your advantages

User-friendly architecture
The CAMPUSSAAL has top acoustics, is wheelchair-accessible and built with the public in mind. The rooms are optimally accessible.

Modern infrastructure
The conference rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and offer the ideal setting for successful events thanks to the comprehensive infrastructure.

Daylight-flooded premises
Thanks to the location in an atrium as well as a window front to the entrance hall, the rooms are bright and flooded with light. The hall also has professional lighting, sound, projection and stage facilities for cultural occasions and events of all kinds.

Flexible room layout
There is a variable subdivisibility of the rooms. A flexible room layout is possible from 100 to 800 people.