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new date of the fair in 2020

New date for Warsaw Home & Contract

The Warsaw Home & Contract Fair is the most important interior design event in this part of Europe and its position grows stronger with each edition. This year, due to the pandemic, we have decided to postpone the date of the event. The event, together with Warsaw Build, will be held in the same formula as before on a new date, i.e. from 26th to 29th November 2020.

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Karim Rashid na scenie Design Forum (fot. Radek Zawadzki)

Knowledge necessary for action – Design Forum

Organized for everyone who wanted to keep up with the latest trends in the design industry, Design Forum was the true icing on the cake of the Warsaw Home 2019 fair. For four days Polish and foreign experts exchanged their ideas and experiences. Lectures and panels, which took place during this year’s conference, were all connected to the fair’s motto “I am”

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IDEAS High Society Warsaw Home

Time for new ideas!

The IDEAS zone – a novelty on fourth edition of Warsaw Home & Contract fair – was a space for promising designers who had the chance to present their products and prototypes. For everything begins with an idea! Relating to the object’s appearance, material, mode of production and function alike – creative concepts are behind each and every project that enters the design market. On one side by appreciating the young and creative thought, the fair was infused with a breath of fresh air, on the other we (paradoxically) reconnected with the past – the very beginning of it all.

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Lexavala w strefie na Warsaw Home & Contract (fot. Michał Mazur)

Pretty is not enough

Warsaw Home & Contract fair is definitely a celebration of design. It is here that the finest Polish brands present themselves, and the designer-curated stands attract the viewers from their very first step. It turns out, however, that in the place characterized by a more than average density of great designer projects, simply designing a pretty stand is far from enough. In the quest for answers on how to create an exhibit that would instantly captivate the viewer, we spoke to the designer Maja Ganszyniec and the Lexavala duo – Paweł Zajiczek and Jakub Szkaradek.

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