Reports from Stone Trade Fairs

„The Sound of Design – Italian Style Contract“ is the title of a special show in hall 30 at Cersaie fair

Shown will be sets decorated with Italian ceramic and bathroom furnishing products accompanied by musical hits from 1976 to 1983

Moral at Nuremberg‘s Stone+tec was high and the mood upbeat – could this be a first sign of a fresh start?

Nevertheless, there were fewer exhibitors and fewer visitors / National trade fairs have an important role as „family gatherings“ for small natural stone enterprises

Coverings 2018 records some 1,100 exhibitors and almost 25,000 professional visitors

Installation & Design Awards distributed / 2019 will see the fair in Orlando, Florida

Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2018 registered an increase in attendance by 26% relative to last year

Fuorisalone (freely translated: Outdoor Fair) in the city center was overcrowded / Many venues are experiencing their demise at the hand of marketing moguls

Poznan Stone Fair (November 14 – 17, 2018): „Arena” as a new forum for design, mosaic art, and architecture

The fair in the Polish industrial city will have a new platform for lectures to give visitors and exhibitors a value added

„Young Creative Ideas Platform” at the Marble Trade Fair, Izmir

Ideas for household items by creative young designers from Turkey made of local natural stone are on display

Interview with Beate Fischer, Nuremberg Trade Fair: „Stone+tec is the market and meeting place for Europe’s stone branch“

The show aims to propagate novel concepts for cemeteries and new fields of work for interior designers, among many other topics

Izmir Marble Trade Fair 2018: The Turkish stone branch has overcome last year’s challenges

Aside from the focus on block stone exports, a few companies have established a reputation as „beacons“ for new ideas

Marble trade fair in Izmir 2018: rediscovering the treasures of geometry

A handful of Turkish companies showed façade claddings beyond the boring rectangles which have been dominating the architectural style since the 1960ies

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