Intense furniture fair expects large influx

From the premiere of Trends & Traditions in 2015.

Nowadays, professional decision makers in the furniture and interior industry rarely have time to spend several days at a trade fair visit. This is probably one of the reasons that the new 1-day trade fair for office and contract furniture in Copenhagen – Trends & Traditions – came blazing from the start at the premiere in 2015.

Now the success is repeated, as the second edition of Trends & Traditions takes place in the exhibition building Lokomotivværkstedet (The Train Workshop), in Copenhagen on Thursday, March 31, 2016.

The fair is organized on a non-profit based office furniture company Holmris+Flexform, who expects more than 1,500 professional visitors on the day. It is not only a Danish phenomenon, as architects and customers from Oslo, Stockholm and London already have announced their arrival in Copenhagen.

“Access to the Trends & Traditions is reserved exclusively for industry professionals such as buyers, retailers, architects, interior architects and designers as well as students in these areas. It is important for both exhibitors and visitors, that everyone they meet may be a potential partner or new and interesting contacts,” says Thomas Wiberg from Holmris+Flexform.

In addition to the presentation of new products from the exhibitors, the opportunity for networking and knowledge sharing is one of the main attractions for the visitors. Therefore, the arrangement will also be garnished with an interesting lecture program coming wide around in architecture, design, workplace design etc.

Many companies have been interested in exhibiting at Trends & Tradition, where there is maximum room for about 85 companies in Lokomotivværkstedet. Therefore, the organizers have been able to hand-pick the participants and put together an attractive bouquet of exhibitors, including both internationally renowned design houses and newcomers from the burgeoning underground.

Read more about Trends & Traditions and register here.