Located in the village of Nadarzyn near the Polish capital, Warsaw Home is a four-day international trade fair of interior design and furnishing products.
Housed in the Ptak Warsaw Expo exhibition halls the trade fair will be held from 4 – 7 October 2018.
Brands including Moroso, Vitra, Magis and Kartell will be exhibiting their design products, which range from doors and floors to furniture and accessories.
British designer Tom Dixon, who recently opened a restaurant in London, will also be presenting his latest collection at the event, and giving a presentation on the theme of this year's fair – strength.
Overall 700 producers and distributors from the furniture, decoration, finishing and accessories sectors exhibiting products at the fair. The exhibition hall will be divided into four thematic zones: Furniture, Deco, Kitchen and Dining, and Interior Finish.
According to the organisers, Warsaw Home is both a business platform for international contracting, as well as a space for enthusiasts of interior design, which welcomes architects, interior designers, business owners, stores and individual clients.
The organisers chose the fair's theme of "strength", to represent the developing Polish market, which is not only growing in economic terms, but is also acting as a "bridge linking the eastern and western entrepreneurs".
This motto will shape a series of lectures and discussion panels that will be taking place during the four days of the fair.
Over the past three years the amount of exhibition space at the fair has grown five-fold, from 24,000 square metres in 2016 to 120,000 square metres in 2018. The number of exhibitors, has also grown from 150 in 2016 to 400 in 2017, and 600 in 2018.
Warsaw Home will open on 4 – 5 October, exclusively to businesses and representatives from the industry, and then open to the public from 6 October onwards.
More information is available on the Warsaw Home website.