For its 11th edition, commercial interior design event Workspace will integrate with Middle East Design and Hospitality Week (MEDHW), a three-day show, set to attract more than 50,000 visitors through the simultaneous co-location of seven events.
The Workspace section will showcase the world’s leading interiors brands and suppliers, enabling visitors to immerse themselves in current and future design trends for commercial, educational and healthcare spaces.
The show has a strong commercial aspect. Not only do its exhibitors reveal what’s contemporary in terms of styles and finishes, they also share the latest innovations in efficiency and performance. The exhibition itself is themed across six areas: commercial furniture, finished parts for interior fittings, interiors, storage, technology and management. This range is ideal for the design of offices, hospitals, schools, universities and other spaces.
This multi-faceted approach reflects the region’s immense potential for those involved in the sector. Because commercial building projects here encapsulate every possible scale, type and ambition, a show such as Workspace is a key opportunity for those either already located here, or looking to break into the region. It’s a great forum to explore, be inspired and do business.