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Domotex 2015 to see participation from 1300 exhibitors
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Organisers of Domotex 2015, which runs January 17-20, 2015, will witness participation from 1,300 exhibitors from more than 60 countries, who will showcase product innovations and collections for the coming season.

Deutsche Messe said, “With Innovations@Domotex, the fair offers a unique showcase to highlight selected innovations in a concise and targeted way and in 2015; is expanding its successful concept and will for the first time also feature innovations in applications and installation technology.”

These will be showcased in one of the three special display areas, which will also include textile and resilient floor coverings, parquet and laminate flooring, as well as modern hand-made rugs and carpets.

In addition, internationally renowned architects and designers such as Stefan Diez, Ross Lovegrove and Roberto Palomba will be discussing the latest developments and applications in the flooring sector at the Innovations@Domotex Talks.

Luxurious and exclusive hand-made rugs are featured in Hall 17, where renowned designers and manufacturers will be showcasing their latest creations. Classic hand-made rugs can be found mainly in halls 15 and 16.

Hall 14 will also include an exhibition space for antique rugs, which provide an exciting contrast in modern home interiors.

For the first time, the Carpet Design Awards will be presented as part of Innovations@Domotex in 2015. Chaired by London-based designer Michael Sodeau, an international jury will select three carpets in each of eight categories.

These will be featured in the Innovations@Domotex area in Hall 17 and the winners in each category will be announced on January 18, 2015 during the official award-giving ceremony.

“In terms of the breadth and diversity of products, innovations and trends, there is no alternative to Domotex. It is both a global trend barometer and a showcase,” says Dr Jochen Köckler, Member of the Managing Board at Deutsche Messe in Hannover. (AR)

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