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interzum 2023 to bring solutions for current and future challenges

 Friday, August 5, 2022

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With a vision to “Create tomorrow’s living spaces together” the interzum 2023, the entire supplier industry will once again come together to jointly design solutions for current and future challenges. One of the world’s leading trade fair for furniture production and interior design is scheduled to happen between May 9 and 12, 2023.

In personal dialog, the foundations for their future innovations will once again be laid. interzum will then once again present a wide variety of ideas, inspirations and innovations. As the leading trade fair for the global industry, it forms the central communication point for the design of our living and working worlds of tomorrow – and is therefore the perfect place to give new impetus to the entire furniture world. interzum stands for innovative concepts and fresh approaches. Every two years, global product careers are born here anew.

Whether on site in Cologne or online: The trade fair offers players in the furniture industry and interior design the ideal environment to present newly conceived solutions to an international audience. Thus, interzum 2023 will use a hybrid event approach. Here, the usual strong physical presentation in Cologne will be supplemented by attractive digital offerings – and thus provide an all-round unique trade fair experience.

“A world where human prosperity is planet positive?” – that’s the subheading in an article that talks about environmentally friendly production in the fashion industry. To me, this question is one of the central questions of the present day. After all, prosperity for as many people as possible is a goal worth pursuing. But if the price of prosperity is that we destroy our planet, prosperity is no longer of use to anyone. So other ways have to be found – and the example of sisters Neeka and Leila Mashouf, who produce CO2-negative textiles in the lab, is an example that there are ways to maintain our standard of living without endangering natural resources.

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