Event Structures

The temporary accommodation for all high-end events

Alure: a stylish structure that consists of a clear span aluminium framework

The Alure leads the way for the future of aluminium structures. It is both durable and smart and its standard higher sidewalls of almost 4 metres create clean lines and imposing designs. This makes the Alure the temporary accommodation for all high-end events, such as trade fairs, product launches and hospitality suites.

The Alure is a strong and flexible structure: unlimited in length. No event is too big – or too small, for that matter – for the Alure.

  • Impressive 3.85 metre sidewall height
  • Horizontal panels add a modern, clean look
  • An opaque roof canopy reflects light

The Alure is available in widths of 15, 20 or 25 metres and has a sidewall height of 3.85 metres. The length is unlimited and can be increased in increments of 5 metres. The roof canopy comes in white opaque (non-permeable to light) 80% as standard and horizontal wall panels are either rigid PVC or glass, and fully interchangeable. The Alure is fitted with the Neptunus raised cassette floor as standard and the internal finish has a stylish modern feel. The Neptunus rain gutter tensioning system ensures that the roof canopy stays taut at all times and rainwater is drained in concealed downpipes.

Manufactured from high-quality raw materials the Alure is exceptionally durable and versatile. Its contemporary design also features insulation to ensure it is the environmentally friendly choice for discerning clients. It can be connected to structures of the same type as well as other Neptunus designs and can be equipped with internal finishes to suit your requirements.

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The Alure’s upgraded features make it an attractive proposition for corporate hospitality, product launches, exhibitions, fashion shows and culinary events.

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