World-Class Brands Gather At Design Shanghai 2020
A central stage for international brands, the Contemporary section will feature leading global design studios including Carl Hansen & Søn, Fredericia, &Tradition, Hay, Sika Design, Rolf&Benz, DEDON, Herman Miller, Secto Design, Zanotta, Gervasoni, Martinelli Luce, Ligne Roset, Ethnicraft, Stellar Works, Karimoku, Ton, and Serip. House of Wang will showcase a collective of UK brands including Lee Broom, Bethan Gray, Apparatus and Sé, whilst King Living will be the first exhibitor from Australia to Design Shanghai.
Brands in Classic & Luxury include Lalique, Veronese, Julian Chirchester, and Duresta. Abet Laminati and Formica will be featured at New Materials and Applications, where Neuni, China's leading innovative materials brand, will return with its latest materials research and products.
The Kitchen & Bathroom section continues to showcase top-tier brands including Caeserstone, Hansgrohe, SieMatic, Villeroy & Boch, Leicht, Laufen and first time exhibitor, Porcelanosa. Workplace will present KoKuyo, Royal Ahrend, AURORA ESTEL, Gabriel, and the Italian fitness equipment brand Technogym.
Design Shanghai will partner with Gallery All to curate Collectible Design this year. Since 2014, Design Shanghai has been actively introducing and promoting limited editions and collectible design works in China, and Collectible Design is now the most anticipated section among designers and collectors. In 2020, Design Shanghai will present an experiential exhibition of modernist masters and contemporary design, highlighting American modern industrial design, Brazilian Modernism, French Modernism, Italian Radical Design, Memphis Design, Chinese contemporary design, and Nordic and American contemporary pop art design.