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From interior decoration to textile design: top 3 trade fairs held in January 2018
With 2018 now here, here come 3 unmissable European forums open to design lovers and members of the trade taking place in January 2018
Pure Talents Contest at imm cologne 2018
2017 has left behind a long trail of exciting trade fairs and kermesses focused on design in all its forms and manifestations, together with a list of highly promising young talents and well-established masters who keep winning accolades from both the public and critics. Now, the fresh New Year is bringing along the return of many of the most buzzed-about forums for design in Europe, addressed to professionals and mere enthusiasts. So here’s the 3 top design fairs you would better attend in January 2018.
Held from 9 to 12 January, 2018 in Frankfurt am Mein, Heimtextil is the biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles. Drawing the attention of international architects, retailers, designers, and decorators, the kermess features a Theme Park especially conceived as an ideal source of inspiration. High-end buyers from more than 130 world countries will gather to meet, trade ideas and face contemporary issues like the effects of urban lifestyle on modern living and the constantly growing market of textiles for animals.
Urban Nomad Mobile Sofa by Hannabi, Heimtextile
Maison & Objet – a remarkable international authority in the fields of furniture, interior design, architecture and lifestyle trends – definitely needs no introduction. Held in Paris from 19 to 23 January, 2018 the fair offers an extensive agenda of shows, events, talks (paired with a richly updated digital platform), hence providing a 360-degrees experience of the newest products, best talents, and most interesting labs. A 5-day-long flow of energy and creativity, Maison & Objet presents twice a year the latest sources of inspiration by shedding insight into current and future trends, and also provides a tool for visitors to establish a direct conversation with thousands of brands all year round.
If you are planning on hopping by Paris, check out our Speciale Maison&Objet for the latest updates.
Nonwoven Wallpaper by Coralie Prevert, Maison et Objet
Lastly, here’s another unmissable rendez-vous for those willing to explore the trends soon to shape the furniture and interiors sector in 2018. Taking place between the 15th and 21st of January, 2018, imm cologne attracts suppliers and decision-makers from the field’s major markets around the world to set the course for successful future business. This is a great occasion to find out what can help boost your creative/commercial activity and grab fresh new ideas and solutions. Year after year, imm cologne proves itself a relevant display for new furniture and design collections, thus shaping the global trends of tomorrow.
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