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Index Dubai will offer a glimpse into French lifestyle.

Major French firms to showcase at Index Dubai

DUBAI, May 4, 2015

Around 12 French companies will showcase major trends in French furniture and lifestyle at a pavilion organised by Business France at the upcoming Index, a leading interior decorations exhibition, in Dubai, UAE.

The event runs from May 18 to 21 at Dubai World Trade Centre.

Construction and home design professionals whose products are exclusively manufactured in France will be gathered at the Bati Design site, where the aim is to promote the awareness of their know-how, their skills and their services, as well as the value added to their products, so that pricing will be easier to understand, for both purchasing advisers and consumers. MDY, Sous Le Fromager, Tcuir and Tessellia are among the companies at the pavilion.

MDY provides interior layouts for businesses and private consumers. In order to be in a position to meet the most complex requests, the company utilises sophisticated bespoke lines of products with a well crafted finish.

Sous Le Fromager manufactures products made of wood or exotic raw materials shipped from the forests of Guyana, which are under sustainable management. Its one-of-a-kind products, made in France, highlight rare, and often priceless materials.

Tcuir holds a patented technique to shape genuine leather using a plastic material. Its new aesthetic products are suitable for luxury markets for yacht interiors, cars, interior design, decoration, furniture, leatherwork, and luxury products and accessories.

Tessellia is an artistic mosaics creation workshop that caters to interior designers. It was established in the south of France by Véronique Juan, who has created the litovi, a high-tech mosaic available in over 800 colours.

Made up of 12,000 businesses, 30 per cent of which are craftsmen, the French furniture and lifestyle sector employs 53,000 people and accounted for €8 billion ($8.9 billion) in revenue in 2013. – TradeArabia News Service




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