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350 Heimtextil exhibitors to have 'Contract' stand logo
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Dec '15
More than 350 of the 2,700 Heimtextil exhibitors, who come from all over the world, will be presenting their portfolios under the 'Contract Creations' seal.

“The range of products covers the world's largest international selection of contract textiles for the hotel trade, architectural use and interior design,” a press release from the organiser Messe Frankfurt stated.

'Contract' logos on the stands indicate that the exhibitor carries a range of contract textiles and solutions for furnishing hotels, restaurants and other commercial or public spaces,” the organiser informed.

Heimtextil will also see lectures, awards, guided tours and trend shows all related to the contract textile business.

According to Messe Frankfurt, guided tours of the fair and a lecture programme specially dedicated to hoteliers and architects will provide valuable inputs.

“Moreover, in its uniquely inspiring showcase for trends, the 'Theme Park' in Hall 6.0, Heimtextil offers an excellent overview of current and future trends,” the organiser added.

The 'Theme Park' also offers a glance into the future of hospitality and will showcase stimulating and visionary ideas.

The 'Salon Interior. Architecture. Hospitality' in Foyer 4.0 will be a meeting place for architects and hoteliers as well as for trend scouts.

Information on the guided tours for architects and hoteliers, lecture programmes and subjects to be covered, the speakers and where they can sign up for the lectures will be available in this place.

The Contract Guide will offer help in finding the way around and contains an overview of all the contract textiles exhibitors and is mainly meant for architects, hoteliers, planners and interior designers.

The Contract Guide will be available for people to take away at various points throughout the Exhibition Centre and is a service that Messe Frankfurt offers free of charge to both exhibitors and visitors.

Furthermore, Heimtextil will present the results of a recent study about the importance of textiles for the high-quality hotel sector and will also be made available on the Heimtextil website.

In collaboration with the architecture magazine AIT and the IHA Hotel Association, Heimtextil offers a varied programme of lectures for architects, interior architects, designers and hoteliers.

The programme of lectures and panel discussions, each lasting approximately half an hour will involve internationally renowned architecture firms. (AR)

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