18-21 March 2020
home / homedecor / hometextile / outdoor
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28-31 March 2020
office / hotel / commercial / materials & machines
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We are preparing for the 45th edition of CIFF, the world’s largest furniture exhibition and the most important furniture design event in China!
“Innovation Driven, Design Inspired” is the new CIFF strategy, developed in collaboration with a team of excellent curators, which will aim at an ever-increasing presence of companies with creative vision that invest in design and innovation.
CIFF Guangzhou 2020 will be held in two phases organized by product sectors: the first, from 18th to 21st March, dedicated to home furniture, homedecor & hometextile, outdoor & leisure furniture; the second from 28th to 31st March dedicated to office furniture, commercial furniture, hotel furniture and furniture machinery & components and raw materials.
The next edition of CIFF Guangzhou will present an innovative exhibition system and will host over 4,400 exhibitors gathered in an exhibition space extending over 760,000 square meters.
The will and the desire to communicate with each other and to communicate a China that is constantly evolving. This was the reason why CIFF, the world’s largest furniture sector fair and the most influential business platform in all Asia, decided to construct an information portal. A portal that wants to show the world a reality undergoing constant changes. A world increasingly focused on sustainable choices, beauty, design, quality. A world, the Chinese world, which is measuring itself up to the West while also rediscovering its cultural and aesthetic roots. A world increasingly ready to collaborate and increasingly capable of placing people at the centre of everything.
Welcome to China, welcome to CIFF!
An apartment designed by the Ippolito Fleitz Group in the heart of Shanghai, whose interiors boast vibrant colors, rich textures, and sinuous walls for an energetic yet cozy atmosphere overlooking the skyline of the metropolis.
Neri&Hu’s renovation in the Three On the Bund, a Shanghai institution building, transforms the Whampoa Club into a modern Chinese brasserie concept. Previously grandiose interiors are exchanged for a more subdued palette inspired by local street life, while still incorporating touches of opulence.
Wutopia Lab renovated a 543-sq-m historical house in central Shanghai without altering the original building code-protected elements. The house was reshaped into “a secret place”, a home that now includes a home office, courtyard and small private gallery.
Yard under the Tree stands under plenty of poplar trees, surrounded by walnut trees and a large vegetable field. The name of the project comes from the site environment in the countryside around Beijing. Evolution Design wanted to create an open courtyard that accommodates the surrounding trees, mountains and activities of the users.
New Everbright Center invited five excellent designers to design four guest rooms in ArtPark9. Based on distinctive design strategies from different perspectives, the four human-oriented spaces feature harmony in diversity, together interpreting ideal living environments for contemporary Asian people via oriental philosophy.
Mirrored ceilings and zigzag staircases create perplexing interiors of this original Bookstore, which is a good place to read good and new books, understand one’s life and meet friends of the same interests.