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Following the success of "Talents" at Messe Frankfurt's German shows, Interior Lifestyle China will feature the concepts and prototypes of 13 young designers from China, Europe and Japan. The show, which debuted in 2007, will run from October 10 - 13 at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre.
Nicolette Naumann, Vice President of Consumer Goods Fairs for Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH, commented: "For this year's Shanghai show, we have selected six young designers from Europe and Japan — Kai Linke, Maria Volokhova and Nicole Bauer from Germany, Aliki Stroumpouli from Greece and Dan Namura and SOL from Japan. Representing different cultures and styles, they are bound to bring an extraordinary storm of innovation to the local design circles."
"Talents" is one of Messe Frankfurt's most important global programs to promote original design and it has been presented at 11 German exhibitions for six successive years.
From left: Dan Namura, Kai Linke, Nicole Bauer
As well as the young international designers, "Talents" will feature aspiring Chinese designers Lan Tian, Li Zhiqian, Ma Junliang, Ran Xiangfei, Zhang Fei, Zhang Junjie and Zhou Chenchen who are using traditional handicraft in their experimental work.
From left: Lan Tian, Ma Junliang, Ran Xiangfei
Interior Lifestyle China will select several Chinese designers to exhibit at Ambiente 2013 in Germany, the world's largest consumer goods fair, as well as at Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2013. Previous designers who have received this honor include Lin Jing, Chen Qingfeng and Hou Zhengguang, as well as Liu Chuankai, Liu Yitong, Xiao Tianyu, Wen Miao and Zhou Chenchen.