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Design Shanghai. Compac conquers material limits in Asia

By 28 February, 2019 No Comments

COMPAC will be attending Design Shanghai—deemed to be the largest design fair in Asia.  This major international event will be hosting its sixth edition between 6th and 9th March at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre and include several different spaces: contemporary design, classic luxury design, collectable design, kitchen and bathroom design, workspace design, and new materials and applications.

In addition to visiting the areas of participating firms, attendees will be able to hear several talks from different speakers, including Daan Roosgaarde, Dirk Wynant, Ed NG, Jaime Hayon, Paola Navone, Tony Chi, Yosuke Hayano and Aldo Cibic.

COMPAC will be heading to Shanghai with its futuristic stand, similar to the one presented at KBIS (Las Vegas) where it caused a great stir thanks to its commitment to creating visitor experiences. In this vein, COMPAC will be taking the Arik Levy sculpture Crater to the Chinese city to show designers and architects how to see beyond material limits. The piece has been sculpted from a single block of COMPAC material and is sure to be one the major attractions at the Chinese fair.

COMPAC’s stand (Contemporary Design Hall, Stand No. EP-72) will also offer visitors the chance to see the company’s Ice Green TM design up-close. The product has been created in collaboration with Arik Levy and is part of the firm’s Ice of Genesis Premium Collection. The company will also be giving visitors the chance to discover and enjoy its ‘The Surface Beyond’ experience, inviting them to design their very own COMPAC catalogues by selecting the pages and page order. A website has been set up where attendees can tailor and download their catalogue.

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