We are preparing for the 45th edition of CIFF, the world’s largest furniture exhibition and the most important furniture design event in China!
“Innovation Driven, Design Inspired” is the new CIFF strategy, developed in collaboration with a team of excellent curators, which will aim at an ever-increasing presence of companies with creative vision that invest in design and innovation.
CIFF Guangzhou 2020 will be held in a single phase from 27th to 30st July dedicated to home furniture, homedecor & hometextile, outdoor & leisure furniture, office furniture, commercial furniture, hotel furniture and furniture machinery & components and raw materials.
The will and the desire to communicate with each other and to communicate a China that is constantly evolving. This was the reason why CIFF, the world’s largest furniture sector fair and the most influential business platform in all Asia, decided to construct an information portal. A portal that wants to show the world a reality undergoing constant changes. A world increasingly focused on sustainable choices, beauty, design, quality. A world, the Chinese world, which is measuring itself up to the West while also rediscovering its cultural and aesthetic roots. A world increasingly ready to collaborate and increasingly capable of placing people at the centre of everything.
Welcome to China, welcome to CIFF!
The office spaces are there to serve people’s needs. The quality of an environment has an impact on the human body and mind, and the atmosphere of a space also affects people’s productivity, vitality and creativity. This requires designers to take into account the human psychological perception of space and the specific impact of such space on people.
In addition to function as a “social place”, a modern home should also be a “return type” of place for reflection, retreat and a degree of introspection. These two requirements are interwoven in the spatial presentation of Mansion Liu designed by Bob Chen Design Office.
The Guiyang Vanke - Guanhu Sales Center is a space hidden in landscape and isolated from the bustling city. The project is about exploring the boundary between the near and the far and finding the balance between nature and the urban environment.
Tsutsumi and Associates renovated a villa in Hangzhou connecting the four floors with a spiral staircase. In the existing state the vertical connections were completely separated, so the project aimed to strength the relation between the upper and lower floors and therefore the relationships of the family members living here.
The Visaya boutique hotel is located in a natural, pure and independent landscape in Zhejiang province. Designed by ATDesign, it perfectly integrates with the local conditions, laying out a stepped walkway leading to a high place, where you need to pass through a "box" to enter the house, greet guests with a sense of ceremony, and ascend the steps to the destination.
Super Normal Design transformed and upgraded a showroom in Shenzhen that displays Vitra’s products trying to figure out how to pay tribute to previous generations of design masters and how to tell the stories of the brand.