With Dutch Design Week well underway, we’re feeling inspired and have started to block off a few key dates in our diaries! Anyone involved or interested in interior design could well be spoilt for choice with so many wonderful design exhibitions and shows coming up over the next few months. Here at BrabantiaLife we’ve selected some of our own highlights:
1.Blickfang Zürich, 22-24 November 2013, Zurich, Switzerland
An international design fair for furniture, fashion and jewellery, Blickfang is the perfect way to discover new and emerging design talent from all around the world.
2.Design Trends, 4-6 December 2013, Toronto, Canada
Design Trends is one of the world’s most prestigious exhibitions dedicated to showcasing the very latest trends from the world of interior design.
3.Heimtextil 2014,8 Jan – 11 January 2014, Frankfurt, Germany
Heimtextil is the leading international fair held each year in Frankfurt for everyone working in textiles. The exhibition features a comprehensive portfolio for interiors and furnishings from products for windows, upholstery, floors and walls to textiles for the bedroom, bathroom and table.
4.IMM Cologne, 13-19 January 2014, Cologne, Germany
IMM is the world’s biggest furnishing show, and in January more than 1,100 companies from 50 countries will present their products, providing the latest in every style, and for every budget.
5.Interiors UK 2014, 19-22 January 2014, NEC Birmingham, UK
Interiors UK is the largest interiors exhibition for everyone in interior design and architecture. January’s show brings together an exciting array of inspiring interiors products from more than 600 exhibitors, including big brands, international trend-setters, leading furniture manufacturers and upcoming designers.
6.Maison Objet, 24-28 January 2014, Paris, France
Maison & Objet is a prestigious international industry event for interior design held at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center. It offers a unique opportunity to gain an insight into the latest trends in decoration, furniture, home furnishings, with an unrivalled menu of collections, exhibitions and lectures.
What interior design shows and exhibitions are you most looking forward to?