Main image: Latest acoustical innovations by Turf Design
Recently, thousands of manufacturers, dealers, architects, designers, end-users, design organisations and media convened at THE MART in Chicago for the 53rd annual NeoCon – the leading platform and most important event for the commercial design industry.
Exhibition of new products and services
Turf Design presented its latest acoustical innovations in an immersive and colourful new outpost designed by HDR Inc.
Pioneering new solutions and services were on display throughout showroom floors – from products in line with the latest movements, such as the merging of physical and digital (“phygital”) and “hotelification” to introductions that support neurodiversity, biophilia and wellbeing.
Display by leading and emerging companies and newcomers
Nearly 200 leading and emerging companies from around the world displayed products across a range of categories such as flooring, furniture and fabrics, interior building products, finishes and materials, technology and more.
NeoCon newcomers included i4F Patents & Technologies; AHF Flooring, OneFlorUSA; Küberit; Wescover; Calligarisgroup, Egoe North America; Greenmood; Mizetto; Polyvision; Frovi, Artome Oy and James Burleigh. First-time exhibitor Mizetto launched Understand, a modular shelving system, while Polyvision introduced its new Interior CeramicSteel wall system.
Tech-oriented exhibitors Airtame Inc, BIMsmith, Density, DYD Furniture, ERP Success Partners, and Luxer One unveiled exciting innovations – from space measurement tools to contactless pickup and drop-off solutions.
Another successful showcasing of products
NeoCon showcased once again that design is their passion. As a design hub during and after NeoCon, THE MART provided the perfect opportunity to showcase its offerings, and next year’s show is already scheduled for June 12-14 at THE MART.
See the article: “Seen at Neocon” (https://bit.ly/3QsY8xY) for more information on products revealed at the show.
Full acknowledgment and thanks go tohttps://neocon.comfor the information in this editorial.