The finest design “made in Poland”, the latest trends and world-renowned designers. Warsaw Home – International Interior Design Trade Fair – annually attracts tens of thousands of first-class design enthusiasts. The four-day event welcomes brands and design makers from Poland and abroad, with the number of participants growing significantly year after year.
The fourth edition of Warsaw Home – already the biggest design-focused event in Central and Eastern Europe – will take place in Nadarzyn near Warsaw on October 3-6, 2019. Organizers have created a business platform that fosters exchange between designers, architects, manufacturers, distributors, and everyone else seeking design for offices, hotels, restaurants, and apartments. Warsaw Home is a unique space that allows the participants to not only showcase their products and establish professional relations, but also to exchange and share their thoughts on the industry.
The inspiration to create Warsaw Home came from the realization of how strong the Polish furniture industry and its export scale had been and continued to be. The first edition proved that there had been a gap in Poland that needed to be filled. I would love Warsaw Home to be mentioned in the same breath together with Milan or Paris fair. We want it to be a platform for international connections and businesses to flourish and a meeting place for everyone who loves good design – says Kasia Ptak, the initiator and CEO of the event.
Luxury bathroom by J&J - Glass & Design
Smoke carpet designed by Tom Dixon for Ege Carpets
SAKRED Collection designed by Karim Rashid for KROSNO D'sign
Graduation Show by School of Form
Bauhaus exbition curated by Label Magazine
What should we expect from this year’s edition of Warsaw Home? Five sections – Selected Design (premium brands), Selected Furniture, Deco, Kitchen & Dining, and Interior Finish – will bring together design from around 800 brands. The Fair also fosters discussion, exchange of ideas, trendwatching, and experimentation – all as part of a special series of events including Design Forum – a four-day discussion panel with well-known designers from Poland and abroad. This year’s discussion topics will reflect the Warsaw Home leitmotif – “Jestem”, a Polish word for “I am”. After three editions, it’s high time we underlined the crucial role of those who choose to come to the event – designers, architects, small-scale artisans, producers, and everyone else who wants to find top-quality design.
Poland Design Festival will feature design gems inspired by nature and everyday life, while IDEAS selected by Warsaw Home will serve as an icing on the cake with 24 talented designers presenting their work: both prototypes and finished products. Thanks to new connections with business representatives they stand a good chance of having their designs implemented on a larger scale.
Last but not least, Warsaw Home is bringing numerous surprises, exhibitions, and eminent guests, turning the upcoming October weekend into a celebration of the finest design. We believe that we are stronger together and that solidarity reflects the strength that lies in the diversity of designs and worldviews. Experience all these positive vibes on your own skin during the fourth edition of Warsaw Home. Join us!
Ptak Warsaw Expo
Aleja Katowicka 62, 05-830 Nadarzyn (województwo mazowieckie)