Interior design professionals eye a piece of Saudi Arabia's $3.5bn market

Interior design professionals eye a piece of Saudi Arabia's $3.5bn market
Published: 26 January 2020 - 3:49 a.m.
By: Staff writer

Moving towards economic diversification and a non-oil future, Saudi Arabia plans to spend billions on hospitality, residential, commercial and retail projects that demand the full range of interior and fit-out products.

Saudi Arabia is home to the Middle East’s largest construction market, making it the region’s largest interior design and fit-out buyer, with a the interior market value of $3.5bn.

Interior design and fit-out trade exhibition Index Saudi, taking place form Feb. 3-5 at the Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center, caters to the demands of the ongoing construction projects along with mega projects including The Red Sea Development Project and the King Abdullah Economic City, among others, by bringing more than 200 leading international and local interiors and fit-out brands right here to Riyadh from across 20 countries.

The event serves as a leading sourcing platform for Saudi Arabia's buyers looking for interior products and services including furniture, lighting, décor, accessories, kitchen & bathroom products, textiles, flooring & surfaces, marble, stone, ceramics among others, for the hospitality, commercial, residential and retail sectors.

It will connect interior suppliers and manufacturers with interior designers, architects, project managers and procurement professionals who are actively involved in the thousands of fit-out projects across the Kingdom.
Brands confirmed to take part in INDEX Saudi include: Huda lighting, Gerflor, Bussu Furniture, Brasslight International, Raha, Cloudnine, Louis De Pootere, Arfad International, Kanchi Designs, International Timber Company Ltd. (ITCO), Artplus, SeaQuarium and Public Art .

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