"Munich interior days 2020" - urban living ideas with a "feel-good factor"


New interior show for living, dining and kitchen continues the success story of the küchenwohntrends Munich

Trade fair organiser trendfairs (Munich) is launching the next evolutionary platform in 2020: "munich interior days" stages an extraordinary display of the big names and brands in modern furnishing. Between the 24th and 26th of April 2020, Zenith hall, the coal bunker and the boiler house will open for manufacturers, retailers, planners and a wide circle of design-oriented consumers. The best innovations and most beautiful living ideas are presented around a holistic space and living concept with living, kitchen and sleeping spaces and home offices with that “feel-good factor”.

The new format for living, kitchen and furnishing focuses on changing future housing needs, “munich interior days is a heart rate monitor, marketplace and meeting point for the industry - we will create a new forum for brand manufacturers, planners and consumers in an inspiring environment in and for Munich", says organiser and initiator Michael Rambach. Every square meter of the munich interior days is exciting new territory with the kitchen the hotspot of the action. It creates "home-style" ideas for perfect harmonious living. Or as Barbara Friedrich, former editor-in-chief and publisher of several living magazines, puts it, “The concept of munich interior days is an impressive one. Furnishing experts can curate and stage living spaces with a range of high-quality brands in a modern atmosphere.”

With open stand concepts between 20 and 200 m², a multi-faceted event program and the cross-brand special exhibition "Lebensraum", which will also be installed in the Boiler House next to the Coal Bunker in 2020, munich interior days will offer exhibitors and their trading partners the perfect platform across a total area of more than 7,000 m². You will find product groups such as home furniture, kitchen, sinks, fittings and accessories, home appliances, upholstered furniture and bedrooms, tables, chairs and benches, light and lifestyle as well as smart home solutions, service companies and IT.

The extension of the exhibition from two to three days is also significant, While the first day of the fair will now be exclusively aimed at trade visitors, consumers will also be welcome on the following two days together with the trade visitors. This provides manufacturers the ideal conditions for business and networking and more time for design enthusiasts to discover the latest trends. Although successful business is of course the focus of the event, inspiration, vision and ideas are also part of the brand essence.
In particular, the special ‘Lebensraum’ exhibition is as a proven format in this sense - an exciting staging opportunity for brands and innovations as well as a clever chance to highlight individual products. “Living Space” is the visitor magnet of the fair. “Alongside our exhibitors, we want to respond to individual housing needs and actively promote the development of contemporary solutions,” says Michael Rambach.

Urban living spaces remain sought after and in constant change, so they constantly require new living concepts. In the future, the boundaries between kitchen, home office and living will shift even further, creating flexible spaces for new forms of coexistence and smart, connected solutions with more mobility to housing than is currently conceivable.

The munich interior days are a unique event for a quality- and brand-conscious trade and consumer visitors. Consider this, “Living has become personality’s business card,” says design expert Barbara Friedrich.

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