Cevisama, the international trade fair for the ceramic tile and associated industries, bathroom furnishings and natural stone, welcomed a total of 92,435 visitors to its latest edition, which ran from 3rd to 7th February at Feria Valencia. The figure is 1.4% up on for the previous year’s event. 21,364 of these visitors were international professionals, who had travelled from 156 different countries, an increase in itself of 5.86% on 2019 and an unprecedented figure in the 38-year history of the foremost platform for Spain’s ceramic tile industry.
With more than seven months to go before the fair opens its doors, Cevisama 2020 is already 85% full. Feria Valencia’s International Ceramic Tile, Bathroom Furnishings and Natural Stone trade fair is slated to run from 3rd to 7th February and the product ranges on show will again be making a quantitative as well as a qualitative leap forward.
Cevisama, the international fair for ceramic tiles and bathroom furnishings, held its 37th edition from January 28 to February 1, 2019 at the Feria Valencia Center in Valencia, Spain. More than 20,000 foreign professionals visited the show. Specifically, 91,179 professionals visited the fair from 155 countries. Here are a few of the participants of Cevisama this year.
Cevisama is forging along the path to growth that it embarked upon five years ago and is poised for what could well be an historic edition. The upcoming edition of the International Fair for Ceramic Tile, Bathroom Furnishings and Natural Stone is due to take place from 28th January to 1st February 2019 at Feria Valencia and currently, seven months ahead of opening day, 90% of the space available to exhibitors has already been booked.
The 35th edition of Cevisama returned to the Feria Valencia Convention and Exhibition Center in Valencia, Spain, from February 20 to 24 this year. The International Ceramics Exhibition, featuring an array of bathroom and kitchen equipment, natural stone, raw materials and machinery, drew in more than 750 exhibitors.
For this issue of Contemporary Stone & Tile Design we focus on the current quartz trends and the use of quartz in a modern farmhouse. Also, learn about how natural stone is used to blend nature and exterior architecture!