The heart of the Eugenides Foundation Conference Centre is the imposing auditorium equipped with state-of-the-art technology
The Eugenides Foundation Auditorium, one of the first conference venues in Greece, was completely renovated in 2016, while still retaining its original architectural features.
With a capacity of 420 people, modern audio-visual equipment and experienced specialized technical support staff, it is the ideal venue for conferences, presentations and official events.
The auditorium extends over two levels: the main seating area located on the first floor and the gallery on the second. The raised permanent stage has a bench with 10 seats for a panel of speakers and a podium. There are also three interpretation booths. If so required, the auditorium may be linked by a two-way image and sound communication system with the adjoining lecture hall, thus increasing the conference capacity to 540 people.
Outside the auditorium, on the first and second floors there are two (2) halls that can be used for parallel conference activities, as well as three (3) further spaces that are suitable for exhibitions and catering.
The auditorium is accessible and friendly to people with mobility impairment and the disabled. It has special positions for wheelchair users and a wheelchair lift allowing access to the stage.
Free Wi-Fi is available in the auditorium, as well as throughout the Eugenides Foundation premises.
50 folding seats
4 places for wheelchair users
Main Hall Dimensions
Display Screen Dimensions
19.5 m x 16 m = 312 m²
Height: 8 m from floor
Distance from stage: 4.67 m
Height: 3.42 m
Width: 5 m
Diagonal: 6.49 m
Panel with 10 seats
3.42 x 5.00 (17 m²)
For 10 people, with 8 microphones and 3 monitors
Fixed or lapel microphone, one monitor and pointer for presentations
One microphone for Q&A sessions for every four (4) seats (total 100 microphones)
3 fully equipped, receivers/headphones for participants
Projector, audio and video console
Provided together with technical support
Artificial LED lighting operated by the Eugenides Foundation technical personnel
Presentation reception (slide reception)
Located inside the hall and operated by the Eugenides Foundation staff