Feria Hábitat Valencia is sold out. Valencia’s furniture, lighting and décor fair opens next week in Spain, from September 18-21, 2018, with all the exhibition space available booked and an offering that includes more than 415 international companies and brands. Feria Hábitat Valencia will be occupying four pavilions on Feria Valencia’s Level 2 plus the Central Mall, which is more packed than ever.

Overall, Hábitat will have more than 45,000 square metres of exhibition space at its disposal and nett occupation, in terms of stand surface area, is 20% up on last year’s. The positive figures are essentially due to the fair having re-signed almost all the exhibitors from last year on the back of that fair’s excellent performance and, also, having signed up a select group of new exhibitors that include leading brands in the fields of design, children’s and contemporary furniture etc. Another notable feature this year is that almost twice as many Italian brands are exhibiting as last year.

As the event’s director, Daniel Marco, explains,: “following the excellent results that the last edition produced and having fulfilled the objective of returning Valencia’s most emblematic trade fair to its former standing, we set ourselves the task this year of giving the fair a serious boost to launch it on the road to sustainable growth and, at the same time, create an offering that comprises the best companies that in turn offer superior quality and design and the best services for all the professionals who visit.”

The forecasts as regards visitors are also excellent. Over the last few weeks, the fair has seen a 20% rise in the number of professionals pre-registering to visit which, together with the confirmations received from foreign buyers, augurs very well indeed for Valencia’s hotels and restaurants.

To complement the above, the fair has put together a packed schedule of events set to take place at Feria Valencia during the week, that includes lectures, exhibitions, talks and discussion groups centred on design, interior design and the contract sector.