Coex on display at Paris Déco Off 2018

18/01/2018 Coex on display at Paris Déco Off 2018

A new, glamorous edition for the French fair from 18 to 22 January: COEX is on display with its partners alongside major textile and interior design companies.

The ninth edition of the French fair for top furnishing fabrics, Paris Déco Off 2018, will take place between 18 and 22 January, starring the most prestigious textiles and interior design companies. 
More than a hundred companies will host architects, interior designers, professionals and the general public in their elegant stands spread throughout the city, at the same time as Maison & Objet 2018, the international design and furnishings fair. 

In fact, throughout the centre of Paris, as was the case for “Fuorisalone del tessuto" along the Rive Gauche and the Rive Droite, the furnishing and design houses will open their showrooms or pop-up stores to present their new collections and flagship ranges. Original “walkways” will be set up to show off all the trends of 2018 in the furnishing and decoration design textiles industry (fabrics, wallpapers, carpets, furnishing accessories, etc.)
There are many developments in 2018 in terms of patterns, textures, colours and materials. Made of COEX fabrics are still the of the more innovative materials, because they are the only ones in 100% fireproof vegetable fibre. For COEX, naturalness is a distinctive quality and it is in COEX's very nature to ensure complete fireproofing protection in all public and domestic environments.
The 2018 trends, designed by top interior furnishing brands, that are on display include: the geometric vintage with strong contrasts of colour, the natural and the floral, both for textiles (coverings, curtains, etc.) and for carpets and for the highly sought-after wallpapers.

COEX is present at Paris Déco Off 2018 with its textile partners:

Alessandro Bini | Tessuti d'Italia focuses on the excellence and design of its collections, exclusively made in Italy. In particular, the natural linen and cotton fabrics of the entire “Country & Love” collection, 100% cotton, 280cm high, the “Bel Lino G077” line, 100% linen, 140cm high, the collections “Linone NF089”, 100% linen, 310cm high, “Unico NF184” 66% cotton and 34% linen in 50 colours and “Natural Fire NF090”, 100% linen, 340cm high, are available in made of COEX fabric, for “natural” and 100% fireproof protection. 
The pop-up showroom by Alessandro Bini | Tessuti d'Italia is set up at Galerie Grillon 44, Rue de Seine.

Among the new exhibitors at the 2018 edition of Paris Déco Off, Rubelli also presents at the Parisian fashion house Rubelli 11 Rue de l'Abbaye, the precious “Kieffer by Rubelli” collections. All kinds of fabrics, textures and cottons, including “Passepartout” and “Gaufres”, 100% fireproof made of COEX, designed for contract design, but also suitable for residential design, interior decoration and curtains.

Christian Fischbacher brings its extra-luxury interior fabrics collections to Paris Déco Off: the seductive fabrics of the “Collezione Italia” collection and the line of carpets produced with the most innovative techniques. 

By contrast, ECO FR is the name of the first Christian Fischbacher collection made of 100% fireproof COEX, a fabric made of linen and cotton that is viscose, fireproof and biodegradable, available in three weights: light in four colours, medium in five colours and heavy in 22 colours.


Paris Déco Off is another major event, so together with Heimtextil 2018, January is crowned “textile month”. 
With great pride for the AIT - Trend 2018 award, awarded by the German architecture magazine in Frankfurt to the COEX partner Maasberg, for the 100% cotton fireproof feischee-coex fabric, we wish all of our partners the very best in Paris!


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