Design, trends and over 64 thousand of visitors to Warsaw Home

Warsaw Home Exhibition, which was held between 6-8 October this year, has managed to attract  a record high number of exhibitors, brands, trade professionals and visitors. The runaway success of this year issue shows clearly, that the idea of such type of Fairs was spot on.

Warsaw Home is based upon a unique formula which combines promotion of home design with presentation of the most important and reputable producers representing furniture business, home equipment and accessories – generally interior design. There is no other place on the map of Polish fairs, which would meet so confidently all highly diversified needs of a medium and high segments of public, corporate markets as well as individual client.

 

 

Warsaw Home in numbers

Warsaw Home Exhibition has noted a threefold increase in space coverage than in the previous year – 65 ths sqm! In three exhibition halls of the Ptak Warsaw Expo over 400 companies and 600 global brands displayed their products and projects. The fairs attracted over 64 ths of visitors, among them 29 thousand of businessmen from Poland and abroad.  The event was visited by architects, interior designers and design stylists – in total 9,000 people, not forgetting about investors. The event has become a platform linking entrepreneurs for placing orders, signing contracts, sometimes establishing first business relations.

 

 

Shining stars

This year issue of the event has gathered exceptionally rich collection of design stars; Karim Rashid to name the first. He paid a visit to Warsaw Home for the second time in row. His lecture attracted crowds of people. Similarly warmly welcomed were presentations and lectures given by other stars of design: duo Neri&Hu, Paul Heijnen, Antoine Genin, Pierre Frey, Robert Konieczny, Oskar Zięta, Tomek Rygalik and many others.

 

Potential of Polish producers and Polish brands

The Exhibition attended the biggest, global brands, main Polish designers and the new ones – just established, practically unknown Polish brands. Following the data obtained from the Polish Chamber of Furniture Producers for the year 2016 – Poland holds sixth position among global manufacturers and fourth among exporters of furniture (as for overall output volume). Thus, Warsaw Home seem to be the event which present in the most comprehensive way growing potential of Polish manufacturers and Polish brands. They open the gate for global partners… Being here the next year is a must, you just can’t miss it!

 

 





19 Jan 2018