Barcelona Design Week (BDW), organised by Barcelona Design Centre (BCD Barcelona Design Centre), a must-attend event on design, creativity and innovation in Barcelona and one of the most important Design Weeks on the international calendar, will be held from 6 to 14 June. The annual event is a meeting point for companies, entrepreneurs and professionals from the sector, and an opportunity for the general public interested in creativity. Last edition of the BDW welcomed a record attendance of over 20.000 people
"3daysofdesign" unveils new concepts in lifestyle, lighting and interior design. Experience Copenhagen pulsating with creativity May 24th-26th 2018, when exhibitors invite you to join 3daysofdesign in showrooms, institutions, and public areas.
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Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair is the initiator behind Stockholm Design Week, which functions as a meeting place for the industry outside of the Fair's halls. It is also a party for all the design-lovers out there, since many of the exhibitions are open to the general public.
The ARS ELECTRONICA FESTIVAL, Linz event, is soon developed into one of the world’s most important media art festivals. The program featured symposia, exhibitions, performances, interventions and concerts, each successive biennial production more multifaceted than the one before.
In May 2017, 15,000 entrepreneurs, developers, marketing managers, CEOs and policymakers will visit Europe's leading tech festival. They're all looking to stay on top of the latest trends, meet their next client or partner, and connect with other people interested in the future of technology, innovation, marketing and imagination.
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Work in progress for the upcoming edition of the acknowledged international benchmark event for the furnishing and design sectors. A showcase that has always mixed business with culture, shaping the history of design and furnishing yesterday, today and tomorrow. A global platform for truly top-notch products with the emphasis on innovation.
The Salone Internazionale del Mobile is split into three sections: Classic, Design and xLux, the latter dedicated to timeless luxury reworked with a contemporary touch, which was launched successfully last time round.
A range of goods that combines quality and technology, shaped by the creativity of the leading sectoral companies, practised at developing their businesses by investing each year in innovative products and home furnishing solutions.
Some 2,000 exhibitors will be showing their wares across a display area exceeding 200,000 m2. These impressive figures, along with the thousands of products being unveiled for the first time, confirm the Salone del Mobile’s enormous value as an international showcase for creativity and a forum for industry professionals, with more than 300,000 visitors expected to attend from over 165 different nations.The International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition and the biennial Euroluce and Workplace3.0 taking place alongside the Salone Internazionale del Mobile offer enormous synergies.
PARIS DESIGN WEEK is an itinerary uniting 300 participants that all proudly promote first-rate design in Paris. At a time when new collections are popping up in stores and the new concepts for the autumn season are being launched, the event brings together the talents and forces of retailers, galleries, showrooms, hotels and restaurants for eight days to share their experience in design and creation with the public.
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Clerkenwell is one of the most important design hubs in the world, home to more creative businesses and architects per square mile than anywhere else on the planet.
In the last two decades, Clerkenwell’s unique variety of buildings has been transformed into studios, showrooms and workshops, attracting architectural, design and creative practices.
In 2015, over 35,400 visitors attended the festival, a 10% increase from 2014. In total, 65% of the 2015 visitors were architects and designers.
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The Salone is now into its 55th year, championing innovation and internationality – in fact the number of foreign exhibitors has risen again, now making up almost 30% of all the manufacturers at the fair. It is clearly going to be an interesting edition, both in terms of the wide-ranging commercial offering from a line-up of top specialist companies on the national and international market, and in terms of the search for a balance between tradition and innovation in the name of quality and culture.