To succeed, the organisers have chosen three key themes – Water, Energy and Climate – from which the exhibiting companies will draw inspiration.
An edition is planned for this coming March 2019, dedicated to the fervour of planning and renovations, such as the inauguration of pavilion 12 dedicated to heating and a new schedule for the show (no longer from Tuesday to Saturday, but from Monday the 11th to Friday the 15th).
The experimental showroom ‘Pop up my bathroom’, also, presents its ‘Trend color selection’, for an overview dedicated to the colour trends in bathroom furnishing.
It does not end here. A gaze is always turned towards the future with a particular focus on digitisation and product innovation.
Many companies are candidates to play a leading role at ISH, like Alape, Antonio Lupi, Art Ceram, Ceramica Globo, Cristina Rubinetteria, Falper, Fima Carlo Frattini, Ideagroup, Nobili, Novellini, Novello, Radiatori 2000, Ritmonio, Tubes, Bette, Burgbad, Dornbracht, Duravit, Falper, Geberit, Gessi, Grohe, Hansa, Hansgrohe, Hoesch, Hüppe, Ideal Standard, Kaldewei, Kermi, Keuco, Kludi, KWC, Laufen, Franke, Roca, Scavolini, Schell, Toto, Villeroy & Boch, Vitra and Zucchetti/KOS.
Here we present a review of the major innovations that will take the stage in Frankfurt.