Dozens of lorries, with around 4,000 square metres of stands, are now on their way to Bologna.
It has been a summer of intense and frenetic work in which our team has been hard at work designing, developing and manufacturing the trade fair booths that will be inaugurated on 26 September at Cersaie, the International Exhibition of Ceramics for Architecture and Bathroom Furnishings.
In total there are about 4000 square meters of stands that we have made in INSCA. To do this, we have created a team made up of more than a hundred people from the company’s design, engineering, carpentry, painting, assembly and logistics departments.
At the moment, dozens of lorries are moving the booths to Cersaie, as assembly at the fair will begin on 14 September.
Display solutions for the top ceramic trends of 2023
Cersaie is the stage where manufacturers showcase the collections that will set the trends in 2023. Technology, design and beauty come together at the Bologna International Exhibition.
All the ephemeral architecture projects that we develop at INSCA are completely tailor-made. We know that our mission is to create exhibition solutions for our clients to show the world the great ceramic trends of 2023.
That is why we study every detail and create exhibition solutions that are able to highlight the value of each collection, transmit the essence of the brand and connect with an increasingly demanding audience.
Cersaie will open in the next few days and we will be able to see the new ceramic trends for 2023 on our clients’ stands. Will large formats continue to prevail? What will the new reliefs and textures be like? Will the trend towards luxury and nature continue? Will we see vibrant colours and groundbreaking combinations of styles?
At INSCA, as a large manufacturer of tile displays, we already have the new systems that will allow you to display the latest trends. We invite you to discover them by visiting our stand at Cersaie, Hall 28 | Stand B12 C11.
Do it now. The opportunity to transform your business starts at our booth.