Nothing is better for beating the January blues than a sneaky vacation. Luckily for you, we’ve rounded up some great excuses for you to get booking those flights! From Cologne to France and Canada, here are our pick of January design events 2019 to kick off your new year! Keep scrolling for more.
January Design Events 2019
IMM Cologne, January 14 – 20
As the very first interior design show of the year, IMM Cologne typically sets the tone for the upcoming year ahead. No pressure there then!
Rest assured, with over 1450 exhibitors from 55 countries, we’re sure the fair will more than live up to expectations. Look out for a diverse mix of up-and-coming designers alongside established industry heavyweights.
Find out more HERE.
Interior Design Show Toronto, January 17 – 20
Toronto’s Interior Design Show is back with a bang. A new location calls for bigger never-before-seen installations and features from a diverse range of leading design and architecture firms.
We’re especially excited to see Shanghai-based designers Neri&Hu take center stage as this year’s international guests of honor. The duo have been making waves with their contemporary product and interior design. We can’t wait to see what they bring to the event!
Head HERE for more info.
Maison & Objet Paris, January 18 – 22
Maison & Objet is a design mecca for all things interior, lifestyle and architecture, and this year’s January edition is no exception.
Expect cookware, home fragrances and home accessories galore in the fair’s ‘objet’ sector. Meanwhile over in the ‘maison’ zone, artisan craft makers and emerging designers alike will delight with a medley of showcases. Also keep an eye out for German designer Sebastian Herkner who is the lucky recipient of Maison & Objet’s 2019 Designer of the Year award.
Click HERE to find out more.
Architect@Work, January 30 – 31
London, United Kingdom
Highlights include a panel talk on ‘Zero Carbon Cities’, focused on how good design can help make our cities carbon neutral, and a ‘Back to the Future’ seminar which discusses the benefits of adaptive reuse versus new builds.