Through the year we talked a lot about different kinds of events, from Furniture, design, and craftsmanship, and they all had one thing in common, they elevated and celebrated design and craftsmanship, and Covet Group is all about that. With our presence in fairs and design events is made with the most astonishing luxury design brands built with the upmost high-end craftsmanship techniques, and this fairs and events are an opportunity to evidence more about all Design.
And for that reason we made a list of the top events that we thought celebrated design and craftsmanship like no one else this year:
Luxury Design & Craftsmanship Summit 2018
Oporto received the Luxury Design & Craftsmanship Summit. A renowned panel of recognized names in the field discussed and shared their knowledge about design, craftsmanship, trends and their importance in the luxury world.
This Summit was also an opportunity to show how the craftsmanship is done at Oporto with the visit to some of the most famous workshops in the area.
Maison & Objet 2018
With More than 3,000 exhibitors, more than 250,000 square meters of creativity, and still more innovations in every edition Maison et Objet in 2018 was the place where you could tailor your visit to suit your particular interests. The entire design community stoped in Nord Paris Villepinte to discover the latest trends, products, and expressions Maison et Objet 2018 has to offer.
Salone Del Mobile Milano 2018
The 56th edition of Salone del Mobile, gathered around 343.602 attendees from 165 countries and more than 2000 exhibitors in a single space to celebrate the best of design. For 6 days, the city of Milan was an attracting pole and an international benchmark for the interior design industry where visitors could get immediate access to the home furnishing system and see the sector’s trends get shaped by the world’s top professionals.
Decorex was the show of choice for the luxury interiors and design market, in London where once again opened the Design Destination of London Design Festival, Decorex celebrated luxury British craft and applied arts through Future Heritage, exhibiting some of the best emerging talents in the UK.
Homo Faber’s first edition was in Venice in September, and it was the first major cultural exhibition that brought into the spotlight master-artisans and the importance of craftsmanship building design pieces.