Abitare il Tempo, Veronafiere's b2b exhibition targets professionals in the interior design and contract fields with the best proposals of materials and interior designs.
It will be held from 30 September to3 October and For the second year running and and scheduled in Palaexpo at Veronafiere, in conjunction with Marmomacc: a truly successful choice that consolidates its international status and turns it into an important occasion for relationships with the world of design and interior architecture.
The formula promoted by Abitare il Tempo focuses on the design, made-to-measure project and contract worlds. It is a venue that promotes the skills of design industries, small-medium companies, craftsman workshops and niche products, with proposals ranging from reproduction furniture to accessories and lighting, textiles, kitchen suites and bathroom furniture.
The lever used to promote this effort to "accompany" companies towards new and promising markets is based on intense selection and incoming activity that started as early as March with international b2b days and focuses this year on the United States, Canada, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia, Great Britain, Russia, Kazakhstan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.
The Show is also a venue for meetings and updates for sector operators thanks to an impressive calendar of workshops and international seminars organised in collaboration with Italian and European institutions and universities.
Innovations for this edition include "Living Under 20" – an exhibition area dedicated to furniture for young people. These are full-scale stands and theme areas set up with special attention to content, the companies taking part and the needs of today's teenagers.
In addition, starting with this edition, AIPI-Italian Association of Interior Designers will be a partner of the exhibition and will launch a series of initiatives including a number of seminars focusing "Well-Being at Home" and a consultancy area where operators and companies attending the event can interact with Aipi designers.
AIPI, together with ECIA-European Council of Interior Architects, is also promoting a major international conference that will compare three national case histories in Germany, Belgium and Great Britain that will be attended by important interior design studios taking the opportunity of the event for that debate and comparisons with exhibiting companies.