HÁBITAT_VALENCIA: CELEBRATES WORLD DESIGN CAPITAL, 20-23 SEPTEMBER 2022
The upcoming Hábitat València, set to take place next week from 20th to 23rd September, will be the biggest edition of the fair since 2012, with 18% more exhibits and a schedule of events featuring the leading lights of international design. With the event running concurrently with the kitchen and textile fairs, the total offering will comprise a thousand manufacturers and brands, exhibiting across eight halls.
This is a landmark year for Valencia, with the city celebrating its designation as World Design Capital 2022. Marking this special year from 20th to 23rd this September at Feria Valencia, Feria Hábitat València , the long-established furniture, lighting and décor fair will be staging its biggest edition of the last decade. This is set to be an historic edition, with Hábitat poised to deliver the best figures of the whole of the last decade. The fact is that the furniture fair has not achieved such substantial figures since 2012. This year, 603 companies and brands will be exhibiting – 18% from other countries, including Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania and Turkey – whilst more than 70,000 square metres of space is being occupied across the four halls on Level 2 of Feria Valencia, plus two halls on Level 3, a third hall shared with the textiles fair, and the Lobby areas on both Levels. The figures mean that there has been an increase of around 18% in the number of brands exhibiting and of 8% in the amount of space dedicated to exhibits. The latter is particularly significant given that this is Europe’s only major fair for the industry to have grown in 2022, post-pandemic. A thousand companies and brands including the kitchen and textile sectors One of the chief new features this year is that Feria Hábitat València will be running concurrently with the two other major fairs relating to the interiors industry that take place at Feria Valencia: Espacio Cocina SICI, the trade fair for kitchen furniture and equipment, and Home Textiles Premium by Textilhogar, which is returning to Valencia after having staged five editions in Madrid.
Together, the three fairs comprise a powerful offering from the furniture, lighting, décor, interior design, furniture and kitchen equipment, electrical goods, home textiles, upholstery, décor and contract sectors the world over, represented by almost a thousand companies and brands filling eight halls on Level 2 at Feria Valencia. Altogether, 9,000 m2 of gross exhibition space is being occupied. The offering is certainly highly attractive to all professionals in the industry, both in Spain and worldwide, who are looking for a comprehensive range of options for the home and contract channels.
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