The exhibition space is the main centre of activities in the architectural programme. This tall 'white cube' (5.7m) is a classic neutral space that provides the optimal artistic and conservation conditions for the exhibited material.
A small part of the Expo is more enclosed due to height restrictions (2.4m). One of the high walls in the room is a double wall. Both this false wall, which among other things can have sections cut out of it, and the adjustable floor and ceiling offer room for manoeuvre when designing and setting up exhibitions.
The views across and in the direction of the circulation areas around the Expo guarantee contact with the surroundings.
The exhibitions occasionally dare to 'break out' and enter other rooms at deSingel, but the Expo remains the main exhibition area.