This year marks the 54th edition of Feria Hábitat Valencia, Valencia’s International Furniture and Lighting Fair. Since its inception, it has sought to become both a national and international reference for showcasing furniture.
According to Daniel Marco, director of Feria Hábitat, there’s significantly more on offer in this edition compared to the last, both in terms of quantity and quality. It boasts 415 firms and brands within an area measuring 45,000 square metres.
“Made in Spain”, Spanish products are the undisputed stars of the event, reaching international buyers from 56 countries. Hábitat aims to be an international meeting place, where Spanish companies in the field of young, contemporary design are put in the spotlight.
The theme? Contract style. Characterized by the creation of durable objects, it targets a very segmented crowd. As time goes by, it has evolved into pure design, quality and an elegant appearance.
Divided into seven topic areas—Furniture, Lighting, Kitchens, Home Textiles, Rest, Outdoors, Gifts and Decoration—, Feria Hábitat offers plenty of options. Neutral colours, silky textures and the combination of wood with other materials such as porcelain, leather and marble, are some of the trends seen at the fair.
“innovation, design, architecture, interior design and markets”
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