With a 3% increase in its exhibitors (vs September 12), Indigo will present creative and updated collections from 102 international studios to professional international designers and buyers from the home industry.
As from the start, Indigo will be held concurrently and alongside of MoOD (formerly Decosit), the leading fair of furnishing fabrics featuring the widest offer with more than 200 exhibitors, and visitors from over 100 countries.
INDIGO BRUSSELS: THE LEADING RENDEZVOUS FOR INTERNATIONAL HOME AND DECO RATION MARKETS
Every year, Indigo Brussels proposes a creative offer that represents a real source for inspiration and fresh ideas for very diverse and qualitative home-universe professionals: weavers, printers, editors of decorative fabrics, makers of bed, table and bath linens, volume retailers, specialized distributors, manufacturers of floor and wall coverings, major home decoration brands, online or mail-order companies, designers and design consultants...
More international than ever, the show will present exhibitors from 18 different countries. They come mainly from Europe with France representing 24%, United Kingdom 19%, Germany 16%, and also Italy and the Netherlands, both of them representing 10% of the exhibitors. Studios will also come from Asia – mostly from South Korea (3%) and Japan (2%) - or from the USA (2%).
Next September, among the leading studios for the home industry – A+A Design Studio, Affabre Design, Atelier Desmond Lewis, Atelier R. Anton-Moseler, Diane Harrison Designs, Giacomo Barzaghi, Pure Studio Designs, Simon Ashby Studios, Trendart, Yellow Label Designs... - 18 international newcomers will present their creations. They come from Germany (4), France (5), the UK, Slovenia, Finland, Belgium, Switzerland and Japan.
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