A group of 40 leading South African designers will present their new product ranges of small furniture, lighting, home textiles, and fashion and home accessories at the NEXT19 Trade Exhibition in Cape Town this month.
The NEXT19 Trade Exhibition, taking place at the Scheryn Pavilion at the V & A Waterfront from 28 February to 03 March, showcases the best of SA craft and design, ready to be ordered by local buyers and international importers, retailers and decorators. Attendance is free to all visitors.
Participants includes the likes of Skinny laMinx, De Steyl and Mungo to Barrydale Hand Weavers and Macassar Pottery, to name a few.
For a full list of exhibitors click here.
The NEXT19 Trade Exhibition is part of the ‘Development by Design’ programme, which enables small and medium businesses in South Africa to develop and grow. 60 entrepreneurs have been participating in this programme, taking their design studio, workshop or manufacturing company to the ‘next level’, and onwards to the export market. The project is an initiative of The Dutch Centre for the Promotion of Imports from Developing Countries (CBI), and their local partner, the Craft and Design Institute (CDI).