Algo se mueve en Malasia

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Del 5 al 9 de marzo el hábitat se da cita en Kuala Lumpur, donde se celebra Miff Malasya, una feria casi en las antípodas de España que, sin embargo, acoge a expositores y visitantes de 140 países.

 

500 expositores darán vida a los 75.000 metros cuadrados reservados para el evento en el Putra World Trade Center y el Matrade Exhibition and Covenion Center, donde los más de 20.000 visitantes que la organización espera podrán conocer las nuevas colecciones de firmas del mueble de todo el mundo.

El punto fuerte de Miff es el mobiliario de caucho, los muebles de oficina y el mueble para hogar. Además, los diseñadores internacionales encuentran en Miff la oportunidad de darse a conocer a los fabricantes de Malasia, que buscan talento fuera de sus fronteras. 

 

 

Actividades paralelas

En esta 19ª edición, Miff Malasia cuenta con una programación de seminarios impartidos por expertos, como por ejemplo Klaus Kummer, delegado de Alemania y Tailandia de la empresa KDT International Ltd, quien hablará sobre cómo crear identidad en el sector del mueble.

 

Mueble ganador del Furniture Excellence Award de Oro en 2012

 

Furniture Excellence Awards

Creado para reconocer la innovación y calidad de los productos, este galardón impulsa a los diseñadores a conceptualizar el diseño de mobiliario como algo original, estético, creativo y visionario. Un distinguido equipo de jueces mirará de cerca la industria del mueble para elegir al ganador de los Furniture Excellence Awards 2013.

 

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