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SPI2016 SOCIAL EVENTS

The best networking takes always place in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. For this year's SPI edition, three social events have been organized, one for each evening. We hope to see you there!

SUNDAY, 8 MAY 2016, 19:00
WELCOME RECEPTION, Valentino Castle, Turin

SPI2016 delegates will meet before the official start of the conference at the Valentino Castle. This Savoy Royal Residence, located at the riverside in the heart of Torino, is an outstanding example of monumental architecture styles between XVII and XVIII century, and an expression of monarchy ideology. Added to UNESCO World Heritage Site list since 1997, the Castle currently hosts the School of Architecture of Politecnico di Torino. The Castle will be opened exclusively for SPI delegates, who will enjoy a welcome cocktail and a rich buffet.

Click here for directions on how to get there from the conference venue.

MONDAY, 9 MAY 2016, 18:30
COCKTAIL AND DINNER, Museum of Cinema, Turin

After the first conference day, SPI delegates will have the opportunity to enjoy a breathtaking bird's-eye view of Turin and its surroundings, by taking the suspended glass elevator of Mole Antonelliana, the main landmark of the city. This building hosts the National Museum of Cinema, that SPI attendees will have the opportunity to visit before a rich dinner buffet. The elevator is reserved for all night, no need to hurry!

Check out the location here, including walking directions from the conference venue. Further information on this event will be provided on-site.

TUESDAY, 10 MAY 2016, 18:30
GALA DINNER, Royal Palace, Turin

The SPI2016 Gala Dinner will take place in the prestigious Hall of the Swiss Guards, the most prestigious room of the Royal Palace. The Royal Palace of Turin is a historic residence of the House of Savoy in the heart of Turin. It was originally built in the 16th century and later modernized in the 17th century, with designs by the Baroque architect Filippo Juvarra. The palace also includes the Chapel of the Holy Shroud, built to house the famous Shroud of Turin. In 1997, the building was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list along with 13 other residences of the House of Savoy.

Before a formal dinner, SPI delegates will have a unique opportunity to enjoy an exclusive visit to the most precious historical rooms, some of which are usually closed to the public. A special present to our attendees!

Check out the location here, including walking directions from the conference venue. Further information on this event will be provided on-site.