New trends and a changing world: Society and culture are shaped by constant change, creating a constant flow of new lifestyle products. But what, exactly, does "new" mean? Consumers and the industry are questioning existing systems, leading to the creation of new ways of working. This trend, which has gone from strength to strength in recent years, has also been observed by the members of Heimtextil's Trend Council, Anja Bisgaard Gaede of SPOTT Trends & Business, Anne Marie Commandeur of Stijlinstituut Amsterdam and Kate Franklin and Caroline Till of the London studio Franklin Till. In an online conference on 1 September 2020, they introduced their trend forecast for the 21/22 season. The slogan: "Nothing New, Everything New".
Sustainability and digitalisation: the coronavirus pandemic has made the omnipresent innovation topics more relevant than ever. At the international trade show for home and contract textiles in Frankfurt am Main from 12–15 January 2021, the design themes will share the same focus. Whether it's new, sustainable materials in the Future Materials Library, the focus on resource conservation in the Trend Space, or fascinating presentations and talks – the season's themes are showcased throughout Heimtextil. Creating visions: the Trend Space in Hall 3 will offer a highlight for visitors to the upcoming Heimtextil – an impressive showcase of the interior design of tomorrow featuring four "trend worlds" that provide insights into the future of the industry: "Repurpose", "Rewild", "Reinforce" and "Revive". Ranging from bold minimalistic designs, reengineered product development and regenerative solutions to the thrill of experimentation – the design themes are already being brought to life in Heimtextil's Trend Book, which is available now.
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