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Experience the Event: Exclusive Video Recap of the 53rd China International Furniture Fair from Iko In

by creativehomex

The 53rd CIFF – China International Furniture Fair (Guangzhou) Office Environment and Commercial Space Exhibition was successfully held from March 28th to 31st. Themed “New Office Fashion, New Commercial Trends,” this edition of the Office and Commercial Exhibition emphasizes the new production capacity of office and commercial spaces, leading the new trend of green, low-carbon, and boundaryless collaboration in office and commercial spaces.

Check out the recap by Iko In:


The event spanned Halls A, B, and D of the Canton Fair Complex, totaling 24 exhibition halls, with an exhibition area of 243,800 square meters, a 16.19% increase from 2019. The exhibition featured 1,062 participating companies, an 18.53% increase from 2019. Over the four days of the event, there was a 30.24% increase in the number of domestic and international attendees compared to 2019, with overseas attendees increasing by 63.6%, setting a new historical record! As a globally top-tier and Asia’s leading industry benchmark platform, the Office and Commercial Exhibition, with its high-quality development, has significantly promoted the high-quality development of the office and commercial industry.

The focus of this year’s Office and Commercial Exhibition was on the new trends in office environments, featuring three major special exhibitions: “Linking Design Stars,” “Guangzhou Office Environment Theme Pavilion,” and “Design Art Culture.” In addition, various forums and activities are being held around office environments, commercial spaces, and elderly-friendly spaces, including the “2024 ODC Office Space Design Innovation Conference,” the “2024 CDC Commercial Space Design Trend Conference,” and the “2024 Design for Well-being Forum.” These events aim to lead the industry in new design trends.

This year’s exhibition also showcased a range of public commercial space projects, including medical and elderly care furniture, as well as furniture for schools, hotels, airports, and sports arenas. By presenting these projects, the exhibition is shaping a new development pattern for office and commercial spaces, offering customers one-stop solutions for public commercial spaces. This approach broadens the scope of public commercial spaces and promotes the development of industries such as medical and elderly care furniture and campus furniture.


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