International Contemporary Furniture Fair – furniture trade shows
If you know where to look, you’ll get what you want (and the finest of them).
Exhibiting the latest cutting-edge designs of furniture, furniture trade shows definitely draw thousands of observers and consumers alike. All the major countries always see to it that they hold annual furniture trade shows to display not only their latest designs but their culture as well.
Should you be traveling elsewhere in the world in the last quarter of this year, you can witness furniture trade shows in Jogjakarta Expo Center (Oct. 13-17), Zow-International Furniture Components and Supply Expo at the Exhibition Centre in Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy (Oct. 18-21), the International Furniture and Design Objects at the Impact Exhibition and Convention Center in Krung Thep, Bangkok, Thailand (Oct. 18-22), the Hong Kong Furniture Fair at the Asia/Word Expo (Oct.27-30), Furniture and Interior Odessa at the Exhibition Center Odessa Home in Ukraine (Nov. 2-5),
Furniture and Decoration Fair at the Bursa International Fairs and Congress Center in Bursa, Turkey (Nov. 2-5), the Intermob-Furniture Fair will be happening also in the latter’s venue, and the Zow-International Furniture Componenets and Supply Expo at the Russia Exhibition Centre (Nov. 23-26). The aforesaid furniture trade shows are sure to give you an exhilarating experience as you witness their extraordinary displays.
In the U.S., the much-awaited mother of all furniture trade shows happens in May next year. May 17-22, 2007 to be exact. The International Contemporary Furniture Fair will be held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. The fair promises to draw a diverse assemblage of professionals in this business and a remarkable display of the latest furniture designs.
The Javits Center will become a 145,000-square-foot display area that will be filled with more than 21,000 interior designers, retailers, facility managers, architects, wholesalers, hotel and restaurant designers, store design professionals, manufacturers, and students. The members of the general public will also be allowed in on the fifth day of the fair when the ICFF opens to all comers and observers.
Be amazed with the fair’s diverse displays of contemporary furniture, carpet and flooring, lighting, seating, wall coverings, textiles, outdoor furniture, kitchen and bath, accessories, and materials for residential and commercial interiors.
If you’re on the lookout for the latest of the 21st century designs, a visit to furniture trade shows like the International Contemporary Furniture Fair will sure be an unforgettable experience.