Habitare’s offering for professionals will, in the future, be incorporated under the umbrella title of Habitare Pro. Habitare Pro, a high-quality event for design and spatial design professionals, will be held at Messukeskus in Helsinki, from 12 to 14 September in 2018.
Habitare Pro will include a premium exhibition, a world-class programme, and a B2B event at which sellers can, at pre-arranged appointments, easily and effectively present their product portfolios to a targeted group of buyers.
The Habitare Pro exhibition design will be conceived by the award-winning JKMM Architects, in collaboration with the innovative lighting solutions specialist Lighting Design Collective LDC. The exhibition design, on theme of “Sense”, will bring products and businesses into the foreground, as it provides an inspiring stage for encounters between businesses and customers. Large surfaces of translucent fabric, moving images, and areas clearly marked off by light help visitors navigate the exhibition space. Other partners contributing to the exhibition space are Arktis and Kvadrat, known for their high-quality furniture and fabrics; Novo Wood, specialising in wood-based board products; and PixMill, known for large-format prints.
Habitare Pro’s targeted content and programme for professionals is curated by the creative director of Habitare and Habitare Pro, Laura Sarvilinna.
Habitare Pro, communications manager Johanna Suni, tel. +358 40 515 4216, firstname.lastname@example.org
To be held in conjunction with Habitare, Habitare Pro is an exhibition, a specialist programme and a B2B buying event for design, spatial design and lighting professionals. Habitare Pro will be held concurrently with Habitare at Messukeskus, from 12 to 14 September 2018. Free admission with registration, for professionals only. | habitarepro.fi | #habitarepro |
JKMM Architects is a Helsinki-based architects’ office that is known especially for its high-quality designs for public buildings. The award-winning office was established in 1998, when Asmo Jaaksi, Teemu Kurkela, Samuli Miettinen and Juha Mäki-Jyllilä won the international architectural competition for the Turku main library. Over the years, JKMM Architects has grown into an office of more than 70 professionals, operating in various areas of architecture: the design of buildings, interiors, working environments, and furniture, as well as renovation and urban planning. www.jkmm.fi