With three months to go until it takes place, the event, which takes place at Feria Valencia from 19th to 22nd September, has more exhibitors booked in than last year and is dedicating more space for exhibits by opening up a new hall for avant-garde furniture.
The new names on board include companies such as Akaba, Bontempi, Ezpeleta, Fiam, Guadarte, Güell Lamadrid, Kave Home, Lladró, Mobel Yecla, Mobenia, Ros, Santa & Cole, Schuller and Serip Lighting, amongst. others.
València, 20 june 2023.- Feria Hábitat Valencia continues to enhance its roster of exhibitors for this next edition, which runs from 19th to 22nd September and is following the bullish trend seen over the last few editions. The Feria Valencia show has in fact published a preview of the exhibitors that have already signed up for the upcoming edition on its official channel. With three months still to go until it opens, the numbers are already way ahead of those for the 2022 edition of the fair.
In that regard there are, as of today, more than 600 companies signed up to exhibit, a figure that has already overtaken the number of exhibitors at last September’s edition and is stoking positive expectations for the 2023 show.
“Hábitat continues to grow, in line with the trend we have seen for the last few editions, which have consolidated our position as the major platform for the Spanish interiors industry to do business, both within Spain and internationally”, notes the event’s director, Daniel Marco. Also, he says, “we are still adding top-level companies that have unique, quality products that enhance our showcase”.
New exhibitors: from Belgium to Italy or Portugal
In terms of exhibitors and in contrast to the last edition of the fair, prestigious companies are returning to Hábitat. Spanish companies that fit this profile include leading edge design company Akaba, outdoor specialists Bivaq and Ezpeleta, office equipment group Isimobel, prestigious lighting companies Schuller and Fiam, and Lladró, which is also returning to the Feria Valencia show. As to new products, notable additions to the showcase include Spanish haute décor companies such as Guadarte and contemporary furniture designers Asitrade and Dareels, amongst others.
Muebles Ros, a leading manufacturer of furniture for the whole family, will be returning to Valencia with a large stand, where it will be launching a line for young adults as well as innovative partnerships with décor and upholstery providers. Other companies returning as exhibitors include leading Spanish companies Mobenia, Mobel Yecla, Santa & Cole and Güell Lamadrid, whilst the Kave Home group is taking part for the first time.
The upcoming edition of Feria Hábitat València seems, for its part, to have sparked considerable interest amongst the most prominent international companies. One clear example is that contrary to what happened with the last edition of the fair, major players such as Italian manufacturers Altacom Italia, Colos, Homes Spa, Stones SRL and lighting specialist Lodes have taken spaces.
Also notable amongst the line-up of exhibitors at Feria Hábitat València is a group of Belgian companies, which includes specialist outdoor brands Castle Line and Roolf Living, designer furniture company Cazzda and craft lighting maker ByEve.
Portugal is always a large presence at the fair and the group is being joined this year by several companies that are returning to the Feria Valencia showcase, such as Serip Lighting and contemporary furniture manufacturer Evanyrouse.
Feria Hábitat Valencia is the foremost international fair for the Spanish interiors industry and features an extensive range covering furniture, lighting, décor, upholstery and sleep. It features Spanish and international brands every year and more than 48,000 visitors from 70 countries visited the last edition. In 2023, it runs alongside Home Textiles Premium by Textilhogar.