Enjoy your visit to Rocalia to participate in various events that will take place during the three days of the fair.
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The conferences at the Rocalia Forum
Rocalia will offer a series of conferences and round tables open to visitors and exhibitors on various topics related to the natural stone industry and its news.
Happy Rocalia Hours
Late Night on the first day of the Show until 21:00. Stand visits and Cocktail Party – percussion concert by Attilio Terlizzi at the Rocalia FORUM
Journée du Patrimoine
The Journée du Patrimoine will be held in French only.
Don't miss the guided tour of the Hôtel Dieu de Lyon on Wednesday, December 4th, led by architect in chief of historic buildings Didier Repellin.
Rocalia Talents Demonstration
After setting up the visit preparation centre with its dry stone walls and suns in 2017, the FFPPS (French Dry Stone Professionals Federation), will organise the demonstration zone on the way into the Show. For this event, the wall-builders join forces with the stone engravers and the stonemasons to propose a collective and innovative project. You will be able to see them at work during the three days of the Show!
Rocalia Design Expo
© Kasia Strek
Rocalia puts design and creation in the spotlight in an exhibition of natural stone design pieces offered by exhibitors.
Find participating exhibitors on the Design Course to visit them and find out more about the ideas, techniques and materials that made these pieces possible.
Selection committee of Rocalia Design Expo :
Exhibition of the "Building in Natural Stone in the 21st century" contest
SNROC, the French Decorative Rock and Construction Industries Association, and Pierre Actual magazine organise "The 5th Building In Natural Stone architectural contest".
This 5th architectural contest aims to promote construction works using natural stone.
It will reward recent works (since 2017), carried out in France, mainly using natural stone (limestone, marble, granite, lava, sandstone, slate, etc.) quarried and/or transformed in France.