I foretold that this exhibition would turn into a special kind of metropolis within the interior design trends in the vastness of Eastern Europe. And so it happened. Warsaw Home is gaining momentum every year. Next, I’ll go through what has happened in the 2019 year.
Before entering you should determine what you want to see.
Organizers made a good desicion, combaining different architectural and design directions. Moreover, the venue allows to hold an event of this scale. The design forum was in the F (forum) sector, as in the previous year. It was open at 11 a.m. and closed at 16 p.m. Among the headliners you could listen to Richard Hutten, Christophe Pillet, Luca Nichetto, Karim Rashid and Stefan Diez.
After forum stop, you could go right to gasp on the stands. And to enable simply navigating, 5 Warsaw Home sectors were divided into related components.
So if you’re here to get some news about finishing and construction – go to the sector B.
In the same sector there was an exposition of innovation in the window-door field.
Note, that “Promotrucks” appears most frequently surrounded by exhibitions. That’s disappointing, whatever talking about the optimization of the assembly and dismantling of stands, and however it would be decorated. The design of open stands much more attractive rather than these confined trucks.
If it is not interesting for you to be a participant of sector B and Warsaw Build. Then flight further to the sector C. The decor is presented to your attention there and Poland Design Festival is held. A lot of small and big family polish companies provide furniture, lamps, accessories and decor. All of it adhere to high standards.
Also it is fascinating to take a look at, perhaps, the most popular exhibition sector – D. Kithcen and dining room. Compamies, that only a few years ago was small and provided a limited range, have grown considerably. Trendy stands, friendly staff and scrupulous approach to organization.
E and F sector was filled of furniture and design samples.
Though, there’s still room for exhibition growth, if to pretend on large-scale format design metropolis throughout Eastern Europe. Warsaw Home does well yet. This is indicated by numbers and guests. See you next year.
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