Fairs of January and February 2018

 HOMI: TRENDS TO EXPLORE, STYLES TO EXPERIENCE

The Lifestyle Trade Fair at Fiera Milano is increasingly becoming an observatory on new trends it confirms its role as a research and testing laboratory.

Homes to wear, accessories to live in.
HOMI, The Lifestyle Trade Fair at Fiera Milano, returns from 26 to 29 January 2018 with a host of interesting entries that anticipate and illustrate the current styles and trends in the home and fashion jewellery - accessory sectors.
This edition will be packed with novelties thanks to the creations and products presented by exhibiting companies. Many are international firms but others, much more frequently, are small entities with great creative potential and an ability to create unique and exclusive items.
Whether from Italy or abroad, these fascinating exhibitors see the Lifestyle Trade Fair as the key opportunity to present their products thanks to show's many themed areas - conceived to enhance the

many productive specialisations of Italian and international design.  Read the whole press release

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Homi Milan (Italy) dal 26 al 29 gennaio 2018 

Porcellane Principe, Hall 6 Stand G28 / F27

Rebirth, Hall 2 Stand C09 / D10

 

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IDF Interior Design Furnishing from 6 to 8 February 2018

BS Collection - Hall 3-4-5 Stand H4B

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Ambiente - Frankfurt (Germany) from 9 to 13 February 2018

Ceramiche Bruno Costenaro - Hall 4.1 Stand H40

Pastelceramica - Hall 4.1 Stand J78 

Tecnargilla from 24th to 28 September 2018 - Rimini (Italy)

tecnargillaThe event organised by Acimac and Rimini Fiera confirms the world leadership, with over 50% of foreign visitors coming from 122 countries

It´s a record of internationality again for Tecnargilla. 2016 edition of the world leading exhibition in terms of technologies applied to the ceramic and brick industry ended last September and hosted visitors from over 122 countries.
Out of 16,764 foreign visitors in total (over 50% of the total), 34% came from Asia (34%), 30% from the European Union, 14% from non-EC European countries, 11% from Central and South America, 8% from Africa. Visitors came also from North America and Oceania.

Countries recording the highest number of participants were, in descending order, China, Spain, Turkey, followed by Iran, Russia, Germany and Brazil.

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