October 24 / 2018

Feria Habitat Valencia 2018 – post show report: a successful business platform, even more international and trendier

This year’s Feria Habitat Valencia was full of creative energy and new ideas for both the home and contract sectors.  The show hosted 415 international exhibitors and attracted 26,140 industry peers in the residential, commercial and hospitality sectors – 13% more over 2017 edition. The number rose constantly during the 4-day event, although Thursday registered the largest number of visitors – almost 8,000, +17% up over the same day last year – and the biggest increase over the previous days.

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A breakdown of the figures shows that, whilst the number of Spanish buyers rose by 12%, the number of foreign buyers increased by 24% with international visitors coming mainly from Russia (21%), Portugal (18%), France (16%), Italy (8%) and the United Kingdom (5%) out of a total of 56 markets represented at the event.

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Photo Gallery: Design Hall>>>

The show covered four key areas: Hall 1 and 3 Contemporary Style; Hall 2 Design; Hall 4 Haute Décor and the Nude exhibition for emerging talents and innovation. The return of leading brands and the debut of new international names has cemented the show’s position as both the cornerstone show of the Spanish furniture industry and a key event of the international interior design scene.

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Photo Gallery: Classic Hall>>>

Designers, architects, developers, representatives and retailers gather to view one of the finest and highly focused furnishing offers under one roof. The trade fair’s success will surely assist Spanish furniture and lighting manufacturers in expanding Spain’s exports of furnishing products and in gaining market shares overseas.

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Photo Gallery: Contemporary Halls>>>

The return to the former collocation in September has proved a resounding success, establishing Feria Habitat Valencia as the leading event in the second half of the year. The third week of September sets Valencia in a strategic position on the global circuit of trade fairs, adapting as well to Spanish companies’ demand and fostering the number of international visitors.

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55th edition Feria Habitat: 17 to 20 September 2019

Highlights

Virtual Salone Milano 2020: ACOMODEL, highly functional and comfortable upholstered furniture

With more than 20 years of experience in the upholstered furniture sector, the firm ACOMODEL has positioned itself in the national and international markets as one of the most renowned manufacturers of sofas, sofa beds and armchairs. The company stands out for the incorporation of the latest technologies in mechanisms and motors. Discover the new collections!

Virtual Salone Milano 2020: SOHER, high-end furniture for exclusive spaces

SOHER’s eclectic range of furniture for bedrooms, living and dining rooms and offices features a unique aesthetic that can be used to both evoke ancient splendors in exclusive environments and add character and grand style to contemporary spaces. Their new offer matches the highest standard of quality and the timeless class so typical of the brand to inspire new furnishing solutions for exclusive environments. Find out more…

Virtual Salone Milano 2020: SYSTEMTRONIC, avant-garde auxiliary furniture solutions

SYSTEMTRONIC is a Spanish company with more than 30 years of experience in the field of the design and manufacturing of auxiliary furniture for home, office and contract use. The brand is recognized for its innovative designs, which have their own identity and stand out for their simple, pure and minimalist lines. Discover more….

Virtual Salone Milano 2020: DRESSY, furniture for elegant, contemporary living spaces

Born as a premium brand of MOBLIBERICA, DRESSY responds to market trends and new consumer habits with a line of furniture that harmoniously fuses innovation, design and comfort. The new table collections for 2020 feature a wide variety of porcelain tops available in a multitude of finishes that imitate materials such as cement, stone, oxide or marble. New launches include also the NUBO chair. Discover more…

Spanish furniture trade: 2019 annual report

The Spanish National Association of Furniture Manufacturers and Exporters (ANIEME) has just released the Spanish furniture foreign trade report for the year 2019. Figures reveal that, during this period, Spain’s exports of furniture have grown by 4.7%, exceeding 2,318 million euros. It is worth highlighting the increase in Spanish furniture exports to markets as diverse as the United States, Morocco, France and Portugal. Get more information...