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Heimtextil 2023 has it all covered

Julia Hauch


Heimtextil in 2023 will not only continue its tradition as the sector's most important trend barometer, it's also going full circle. Under the 'Textiles Matter' banner, Heimtextil Trends 23/24 will revolve around the themes of the circular economy

Heimtextil: the right material for professionals

Julia Hauch


How can aesthetics, functionality and sustainability be interwoven? What innovations and visions are on the horizon? And what do sustainable hospitality trends look like? The Interior.Architecture.Hospitality programme provides tailor-made insights.

Green for go: Heimtextil and sustainability

Julia Hauch


In thematic terms, the overarching meta-theme of sustainability will also be clearly visible at Heimtextil 2023, with its holistic concept providing innovative answers to pressing questions about the future.

Heimtextil 2023: The fabric made of resources

Tanja Pabelick


Trends 23/24 at January's Heimtextil in Frankfurt will focus on material cycles and sustainability strategies for textiles – and use the analogue fair platform to promote exchange, present new products and bring experts together.

Woman of the cloth: Stijlinstituut Amsterdam’s Anne Marie ...

Alun Lennon


Anne Marie Commandeur of Stijlinstituut Amsterdam shares her thoughts on future trends in textiles, as well as Heimtextil’s role in guiding the future of the industry.

Pure fabrication: textiles in architecture

Peter Smisek


Textiles and fabrics represent one of the earliest forms of human technology, as well as an effective, and not to mention sustainable, architectural element. And we’re not talking curtains.

Cut your cloth: Interior.Architecture.Hospitality LIBRARY

Alyn Griffiths


The Interior.Architecture.Hospitality LIBRARY at Heimtextil 2020 presents textile materials with a range of functional features, such as fire protection or sound insulation. In this way, it helps designers find the optimal solutions for their

Heimtextil: Green solutions in focus



Sustainability is a permanent focus of Heimtextil. In 2020, the leading innovation platform will provide numerous tools and specials on this issue.

Good threads: Sustainability at Heimtextil 2020

Dominic Lutyens


HEIMTEXTIL 2020 in Frankfurt is differentiating its range of products in the area of ecologically manufactured textiles – among other things, with its new Future Materials Library.

Interior.Architecture.Hospitality by Heimtextil



Tailor-made programme for interior designers, architects and hospitality experts at the world's largest trade fair for home textiles

Trend awareness: Heimtextil 2020

Jasmin Jouhar


With its five vivid experience worlds, HEIMTEXTIL 2020 provides you with the most relevant trends and market developments in the field of interior design.

“WHERE I BELONG”: Heimtextil presents the design trends ...



Heimtextil will launch the new 2020/2021 trend season with the general theme “WHERE I BELONG”.

Future Fabrics: Heimtextil 2020, Frankfurt

Katharina Sommer


Preparations for next January's HEIMTEXTIL are in full swing. Here's a foretaste of the varied programme architects and interior designers can expect at the world's largest trade fair for interior textiles.

Threads with attitude: Heimtextil

Julia Hauch


This past January, Frankfurt's HEIMTEXTIL, the largest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, exceeded all expectations with its new, optimised concept.

Woven spaces: Heimtextil



From micro homes to coworking spaces, smart room concepts to healthy environments: megatrends, such as health, 'New Work', neo-ecology, networking and urbanisation, are increasingly manifesting themselves in interior design. Hand in hand with this,

Soft spots: Heimtextil 2019

Simon Keane-Cowell


A new concept for its 2019 edition sees HEIMTEXTIL also tighten its contract focus. Frankfurt in January is where architects go to discover the latest textile products and ideas with space-shaping value.

Heimtextil 2019: Must-see for interior designers



Trends and innovations for contract textile furnishing are at the heart of the Interior.Architecture.Hospitality Expo – individual, sustainable, functional.

"Toward Utopia" design trends for 2019/2020: ...



With "Toward Utopia", HEIMTEXTIL, international trade fair for home and contract textiles, is setting the course for the new trend season 2019/2020.

Material world: Heimtextil 2018

Katharina Sommer


With the "Interior.Architecture.Hospitality Expo", HEIMTEXTIL offers up a new exhibition format complete with expert tours, events and inspiring lectures – specifically tailored to the needs of the hotel industry and architects

Get Spun: Heimtextil 2018

Barbara Jahn-Rösel


HEIMTEXTIL 2018 combines diverse programming for decision-makers in the contract sector under the expo title “Interior.Architecture.Hospitality”.




With Heimtextil 2017 fast approaching, Architonic has identified the Top 20 most-popular black curtain materials on from Heimtextil exhibitors.

The Very Fabric: Heimtextil 2017

Ulrich Büttner


Thanks to current developments in the world of textiles, HEIMTEXTIL, the largest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, is quickly becoming a new source of inspiration for planners and architects.

The early bird catches the yarn: Heimtextil 2017

Ulrich Büttner


HEIMTEXTIL 2017 will run from 10 to 13 January in Frankfurt, Germany. What could be more fitting for the new year’s first trade fair than to clue its visitors in on the trends of the coming season?

Heimtextil 2015: "Contract Creations"

Ulrich Büttner


As a leading international fair for home and contract textiles, Heimtextil in Frankfurt am Main will, from 14 to 17 January 2015, again welcome architects, interior architects, interior designers and related professions to take advantage of this

Heimtextil 2015: "Theme Park"

Ulrich Büttner


Heimtextil, the leading and largest trade fair specialising in home furnishing and contract textiles, will once again open its doors in Frankfurt am Main for four days from 14 to 17 January 2015. Around 70,000 trade visitors, including many