Three New Things You Can Expect at IFFS 2018

The team behind IFFS is always commited to enhancing the show by investing in, and employing resources to bring in trade visitors from all over the world. Next year, visitors can expect to see more new and remarkable highlights at IFFS. Three of the upcoming noteworthy features include an augmented reality (AR) zone, The Italian New Renaissance, and new National Pavilions.

 

Augmented Reality (AR) Zone

IFFS 2018 will be the first furniture and furnishing trade exhibition within the region to launch the augmented reality (AR) zone. Exhibitors will be able to showcase their latest collections and expanded product range to connect, converse, and collaborate with trade buyers through the adoption of the simulated technology, which offers limitless potential.

 

The New Italian Renaissance

    

   

Exclusively styled by world-renowned Italian designer Giulio Cappellini, this Italian noble house will captivate visitors’ attention with its story of Italian Hospitality.

 

Three New National Pavilions

Portugal, Spain, and Turkey will be making their debut at IFFS 2018 to excite and engage visitors with chic, contemporary showcases of an intriguing array of furniture, interior lighting, finished home textiles, and decorative accessories such as pottery, high-end design tableware, and cutlery.

Combining timeless favourites and new features, visitors can expect innovative and inspired designs, high-quality furniture, interiors, and fittings. IFFS remains committed to curate a multi-sensorial show experience that introduces technology, celebrates design, connects exhibitors with trade buyers, and facilitates business networking opportunities.

 

Keep an eye out for all these new and exciting features at IFFS 2018!

 

See you next year!