Showcasing New and Notable Products at NeoCon 2017
The MART in Chicago will be the nexus for 50,000 international architects, designers, and C-suite executives who attend NeoCon June 12-14. With hundreds of exhibiting companies launching thousands of innovative products and design solutions, attendees will have a lot to discover across the workplace, hospitality, retail, education and public space markets.
The Mart will also be welcoming six new permanent additions to the building. UK-based office brand Boss Design (359) will kick off NeoCon 2017 in a new suite on the third floor. Also on three, the ROTTET Collection (3-107) from designer Lauren Rottet will make its debut in a permanent showroom. On floor ten, ergonomic seating company via seating (10-148) will welcome attendees in a brand new space. Carvart (11-136) will open its doors on the 11th floor with its array of facility-wide glass solutions. DatesWeiser (1119A) is setting up shop directly across from Knoll. Also on the 11th floor, showroom partners Barbican Architectural Lighting, Contract Wall Solutions, and Summit International Flooring have teamed up to present a new space (11-135). In addition to new showrooms, many first time exhibitors will be in the 7th Floor Exhibition Hall. Organized by Furniture and Fabrics; Flooring; Technology; and Finishes, Materials, and Interior Building Products, 28% of the floor will represent new-to-NeoCon brands, including A. Zahner, ATU, APICER, Gantner, Boral Stone, H Contract, MU Form, National Wood Solutions, Jabbrrbox, JUMPSPORT, Friant & Associates, The Edge Desk, WallsNeedLove and windmöller.
“We are pleased to add so many exceptional new companies to this year’s NeoCon exhibitor roster,” said Bryon Morton, vice president of leasing. “From exciting new brands to major product launches, it’s evident that the 2017 edition will effectively answer the question ‘What’s new?’ Once again, the industry has brought its best new ideas to NeoCon, providing thoughtful solutions and inspiring designs for today’s ever-evolving environments.”
For more information, visit www.neocon.com.