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International Furniture Fair Singapore set for revamp in 2016

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 18, 2015 in Interiors
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IFFS/AFS will be more diverse in 2016 (Photo courtesy of IFFS)

IFFS/AFS will be more diverse in 2016 (Photo courtesy of IFFS)

Organisers of the International Furniture Fair Singapore/ASEAN Furniture Show (IFFS/AFS) have revealed that the 2016 event will see a new layout alongside a change in show dates for the region’s premiere exhibition

Following on from the success of this year’s event, where over 39 countries were represented and record numbers were in attendance, International Furniture Fair Singapore Pte Ltd, the organisation behind the event, have stated that in 2016 there will be a fresh approach to fairground design. The show will run alongside The Décor Show and furniPRO Asia from 10-13 March 2016.

A record amount of attendees gathered for the 2015 event (Photo courtesy IFFS)

A record amount of attendees gathered for the 2015 event (Photo courtesy of IFFS)

The show features a comprehensive range of interior offerings including furniture, furnishings, decorative accessories and interior fittings. Mr Ernie Koh, Chairman of IFFS Pte Ltd, shared, "The ASEAN furniture exhibition circuit is one that is gaining prominence on the global stage. This year, we had a robust group of manufacturers from a record number of 39 countries, with a significant increase in European presence. The industry can expect to see even richer content at IFFS next year, as we host some high profile U.S. brands here for the first time."

Even more exhibitors will gather for the 2016 show (Photo courtesy IFFS)

Even more exhibitors will gather for the 2016 show (Photo courtesy of IFFS)

For the past three decades, the show has been regarded by industry experts as Asia's premier sourcing platform and design-led exhibition. Organisers say that the fuller range of exhibitors will promise a novel experience for visitors, and they indicate that they will release more details of the changes over the coming months.

Hall 3 Sunbrella

A diverse range of goods on offer is one of the trademarks of the exhibition (Photo courtesy of IFFS)

 

 

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