HOMI 2020, the evolution of the exhibition format

[:it]HOMI 2019 rafforza la sua identità di piattaforma worldwide per il design di qualità, di ricerca e di eccellenza manifatturiera.[:]

Waiting for the next appointment with HOMI, the Salone degli Stili di Vita (www.homimilano.com), from 24th  to 27th  January 2020 at Fieramilano Rho (pre-opening from 22nd  January for operators related to the festive world 22-26 January)was presented the renewed format that will present the best proposals dedicated to living tomorrow according to a tailor-made & emotion-driven approach. Ferment, confrontation, originality in the making: HOMI is configured as a backstage, where to discover, in every step of their evolution, all the dimensions of the home world. 

Thus, the business dimension will be enhanced through the narrative of the latest trends, which will help operators understand how tastes and styles evolve. The creative dimension will find at HOMI artists of form and design who will be confronted with the new talents of creativity in the world of accessory home. 

The research dimension, from materials to production processes, will find in HOMI important testimonies, helping to create culture and new opportunities for product development. Finally, the dimension of sharing ideas will find in the next HOMI many opportunities to involve the community of the home world in educational paths and opportunities for comparison.

HOMI strengthens its identity as a worldwide platform for quality design, research and manufacturing excellence. An important reference point for all those who are looking for high design and attention to detail in the spirit of Made in Italy, but not only. Responding to the needs of an increasingly interconnected global market, the international vocation of the fair grows in terms of exhibitors and buyers. With this in mind, collaboration with ICE/ITA– agency for the promotion abroad and the internationalization of Italian companies – with which the show widens the range of action towards the more distant countries, developing new relationships with the companies most attracted by European markets and buyers from the countries most interested in Made-in-Italy.