Quick-change artists, comforters of the soul and time high-tech wonders – textiles are an integral part of comprehensive building planning and the hotel industry, not only because of rapidly changing lifestyle and furnishing trends, but also for economic and functional reasons. From textiles with acoustic functions or special abrasion properties to modular carpets, sun protection and innovative wall coverings – the aesthetic and functional solutions for contract furnishings make up an extensive and exciting field in which demand is constantly on the rise.
The world’s largest trade fair for home and contract textiles, Heimtextil, will take place from 8 to 11 January 2019 in Frankfurt and will focus on these themes under the title Interior.Architecture.Hospitality. The event is specifically aimed at interior designers, hotel furnishers and planners. Here, 500 of around 3,000 exhibitors will target the contract sector in particular, with the expansion of the bed-related product portfolio being new and especially interesting for the hotel industry. The overall design concept for the Expo will be planned and implemented by Atelier ushitamborriello from Switzerland. Ushi Tamborriello is one of the most sought-after interior designers and set designers and creates internationally acclaimed spatial installations with her team.
At Interior.Architecture.Hospitality Lectures, a diverse supporting programme of specialised lectures will again explore a wide range of topical themes in the contract textiles industry, ranging from demographic influences, to urbanisation, to the opportunities and visions opened up in interior design by digital textile printing.
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