Slated to be held from 18, 19 & 20 AUGUST 2023 at Pragati Maidan Delhi, MATECIA, India’s fastest growing exhibition for architectural, interior and building materials, announced its foray into the furniture and hardware domain with special pavilions. MATECIA 2022 took place in an area of 250000 sqft area. It was visited by buyers from 500+ cities of India and 16 other countries. 2023 would see furniture retailers and designers attending in large numbers. The idea is to bring together the furniture, hardware, lighting, and architectural products in one platform. Of the 25000+ visitors, 37.2% are architects & interior designers from all over India.
Fuelled by rapid urbanization, growth of realty and infrastructure projects, and growing disposable incomes, India’s Furniture Market is poised to reach USD 37.7 billion by 2026. Currently, the Hospitality sector is witnessing tremendous demand which will bolster the growth of luxury furniture segment in India. Work from home furniture market is expected to touch USD 3.49 billion by 2026.
MATECIA Furniture and Hardware pavilions bring the connected business ecosystem for 3 days from across India, including Architects, Manufacturers, Showroom owners, Suppliers, Builders, PMCs, OEMS, Top Interior Design firms, & B2B Buyers.
MATECIA EXHIBITION will also see three of Nation’s Largest Conferences – India Interior Retailing (For Retailers), WADE ASIA Designs India Architecture Conference (For Architects), Furniture& Technology Conference (Furniture & Hardware) bringing to MATECIA 300-400 top Experts, CEOs, Thought Leaders in Design, Architecture and Business of Furniture, Lighting, and Architectural Products.
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