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Nigeria’s largest exhibition for Interior Designers Made By Design announces 3rd edition tagged ‘Design Expression’ from October 5th-7th



Made by Design, Nigeria’s largest exhibition event for Interior Designers returns to Lagos, for its 3rd edition. The show opens its doors to hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of visitors every year over a three day period bringing the best manufacturers and interior designers together.

Each year, Made by Design adopts a theme, which reflects across different aspects of interior design. This year’s edition is themed ‘Design Expression’. Made by Design is an annual exhibition that brings the key players in Interior Design, home and hospitality industry together under one roof to showcase their products and design brands.

Date: Friday, October 5th to Sunday, October 7th, 2018
Venue: Landmark Events Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Established brand names returning this year include Villeroy & Boch, Bang and Olufsen, Alancaray, CC Interiors, AFP by Julius Berger, Interstyle Ceramics, Woodstyles, Visionnaire, Svengali Designs and Agatha Interiors. Some of the first time exhibitors are; Il Bagno bathrooms, Be real properties,  Rebelle Flower, Alara, Universal Furniture and Pro Blinds.

Made by Design is proudly powered by Essential Interiors Magazine and is aimed at bringing together the nation’s most prized and unique collection of products, services, and experiences for the world’s most discerning clientele. Made by Design is dedicated to Interior Design and its supporting services in Nigeria.

This year’s exhibition would be featuring a Masterclass with Sergio Padula an Italian lighting design expert where he would be speaking about “The Intelligence of Light”.

Attendance is free but registration is required, register by clicking here.

For further information or details of how to exhibit or register your attendance, please email [email protected] or call 0809 481 5324.


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