Posts filed under 'Fairs'

Wed 30.10.

GOOD THREADS: SUSTAINABILITY AT HEIMTEXTIL 2020

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.10.2019 - Tagged as: ,

GOOD THREADS: SUSTAINABILITY AT HEIMTEXTIL 2020
Textiles in earthy hues to be displayed in the Pure Spiritual section of Heimtextil 2020’s Trend Space express our desire to reconnect with nature in our fast-paced world

HEIMTEXTIL 2020 in Frankfurt is differentiating its range of products in the area of ecologically manufactured textiles – among other things, with its new Future Materials Library.

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Mon 28.10.

HOORAY FOR HORECA AT AMBIENTE 2020

Posted by Walter Phillips on 28.10.2019 - Tagged as: ,

HOORAY FOR HORECA AT AMBIENTE 2020
In 2020, a special focus will be put on front of house in the HoReCa sector, including all those things, visible to the guest, which are used to creatively present food, as well as the rooms where food is served. Photo: Petra Weizel

AMBIENTE, the leading consumer goods fair, is expanding its Dining section in 2020. It is adding a section in Hall 6.0 for innovations specifically related to the HoReCa segment.

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Wed 16.10.

YOU’VE SOLD ME: RETAIL TRENDS AT EUROSHOP 2020

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.10.2019 - Tagged as: ,

YOU'VE SOLD ME: RETAIL TRENDS AT EUROSHOP 2020
See and be seen. Today, there are many architects and interior designers involved in the area of shop design – a vital element of any retailer’s complex marketing strategy without which the rest doesn’t work

From 16 to 20 February 2020, Düsseldorf’s EUROSHOP will provide a comprehensive overview of current and future trends in the retail sector.

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Wed 18.9.

TREND AWARENESS: HEIMTEXTIL 2020

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.09.2019 - Tagged as: ,

TREND AWARENESS: HEIMTEXTIL 2020
“Where I Belong”: this is the motto of the current trend forecast for Heimtextil 2020, which focuses on the theme of identities and defines five ‘trend worlds’. Photo: Bart Hess for Heimtextil

With its five vivid experience worlds, HEIMTEXTIL 2020 provides you with the most relevant trends and market developments in the field of interior design.

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Thu 22.8.

FUTURE FABRICS: HEIMTEXTIL 2020, FRANKFURT

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.08.2019 - Tagged as:

Preparations for next January’s HEIMTEXTIL are in full swing. Here’s a foretaste of the varied programme architects and interior designers can expect at the world’s largest trade fair for interior textiles.

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Tue 16.4.

THE URBAN FABRIC: TECHTEXTIL 2019

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.04.2019 - Tagged as: ,

THE URBAN FABRIC: TECHTEXTIL 2019
The stuff the future is made of. Technical textiles are making major inroads into architecture and increasingly being used for wide-ranging purposes. Flexibility, conception and sustainability are the preconditions for the entire industry; © Samira Boon

TECHTEXTIL, the leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwoven fabrics, will be presenting the most recent developments and future trends in the field of textile technologies from 14 to 17 May 2019 in Frankfurt.

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Tue 12.2.

Threads with attitude: Heimtextil

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.02.2019 - Tagged as:

Threads with attitude: Heimtextil

This past January, Frankfurt’s HEIMTEXTIL, the largest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, exceeded all expectations with its new, optimised concept.


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Thu 7.2.

Hue and cry: ISH 2019 goes full-colour

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.02.2019 - Tagged as: ,

Hue and cry: ISH 2019 goes full-colour
Villeroy & Boch offers aprons in more than 200 colours for its Squaro Edge 12 bathtub

ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for the sanitary, heating and air-conditioning industry, is taking place in Frankfurt from 11 to 15 March. For us at Architonic, this is an ideal opportunity to take a look at a major current trend: the growing importance of colour in the bathroom.


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