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In response to the huge interest in the interior design industry and enthusiasts of good design, the organizers of Warsaw Home & amp; Contract are happy to announce that the fifth edition of the largest international business interior fairs in Central and Eastern Europe will take place this fall. The event is aimed at Polish and foreign producers, shop owners, architects, interior designers and individual clients, providing a convenient business platform for all participants. The impact of Ptak Warsaw Expo is growing every year – it is currently the most dynamically developing trade fair center in Europe, which connects eastern and western entrepreneurs.

This year’s Warsaw Home & amp; Contract stands out from similar international events because they are the only ones held in a standard formula. It will be the largest furniture and interior design fair in Europe in 2021. So far, nearly 500 exhibitors and about 30,000 visitors have confirmed their participation in them.

A new deadline, new forces to act

Warsaw Home & amp; Contract invariably focuses on development – the fifth edition of the fair will take place on a record exhibition space of 145 thousand square meters. sq m This year, exhibitors can also count on special packages including the purchase and construction of the stand using the innovative MDF development system. In addition, the online sales platform desho was launched, which supplements and develops the trade fair assortment, inviting also manufacturers who were not among the exhibitors to cooperate.

The current plan provides for the organization of the fair in six halls of Ptak Warsaw Expo. The event will include 5 thematic trade fairs: Warsaw Home Furniture (Selected Furniture and Selected Design), Warsaw Home Textile, Warsaw Home Light, Warsaw Home Kitchen and Warsaw Home Build for exhibitors from the construction, finishing, bathroom and installation industries.

Warsaw Home & amp; The contract also received government funding at the invitation of buyers
and representatives of commercial networks from various countries. It is a great opportunity for exhibitors
– unique on a European scale – to reach new markets with its offer and to develop more dynamically.

In the context of the pandemic, the organizers of Warsaw Home & amp; Contracts take a very serious approach to ensuring the highest possible security for all fair participants. A large exhibition area enables the preparation of appropriate infrastructure in compliance with all applicable sanitary procedures. Additional entrances and exits will be opened, the car park will be enlarged, and work on special gates is also underway.

Accompanying events

At this year’s edition of Warsaw Home & amp; Contract will also feature the Design Forum stage with your headline text featuring stars of the interior design industry from around the world. Thanks to this, the event will be traditionally enriched with a valuable substantive aspect – meetings, talks, lectures, presentations and workshops
with the participation of specialists. It is worth recalling that in 2019 the stage was performed by: Karim Rashid, Marcus Fairs (Dezeen.com), Stefan Diez, Christophe Pillet, Richard Hutten, Matteo Cibic, Luca Nichetto, Matti Klenell, Cate & amp; Nelson, Jaime Beriestain, Daniel Shavn, deFORM studio and David Trubridge.

Warsaw Home & amp; Contract 2021 is also the return of the IDEAS exhibition, which debuted during the last edition in 2019. Held under the patronage of Kasia Ptak, it will once again present the concepts of promising architects and designers who will have a chance to establish business relationships and develop their careers.

The last accompanying event will be the Poland Design Festival, the overarching goal of which is to promote Polish design – innovative brands of less and more famous designers,
as well as manufactories.

The leading business platform for interiors

In the space of Warsaw Home & amp; Contract will traditionally meet traders, distributors, architects, designers, representatives of the real estate and HoReCa industries, as well as design enthusiasts. This is in line with the already set direction for the dynamic development of the event. Since 2016, Warsaw has achieved, for example, what Berlin could not, i.e. the implementation of the largest interior design fair in Central and Eastern Europe, which is the link between the West and the East. The participants of the previous edition also know that in order to meet the bosses of the interior design industry and meet the most interesting artists, it is not necessary to go to fairs in other countries.

See you in October!

The team of Warsaw Home & amp; Contract and Warsaw Build

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