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DOMOTEX CONTENTS 04


The way we live, work and entertain ourselves may have changed


beyond measure but our industry has not stood still, with continuing examples of innovation, and levels of excellence rising constantly


06 WELCOME Editor’s letter - refl ecting on a challenging year


08 NEWS New products, corporate changes and industry developments that are aff ecting the industry


14 DOMOTEX POSTPONED A comprehensive guide to all that’s happening in the fl ooring expo world


20 SONIA WEDELL CASTELLANO Interview with the Global Director of DOMOTEX


24 WELLBEING Today’s interiors are designed to bring greater emotional harmony into our lives


32 RECYCLING FROM THE SEA In our quest for sustainability, even fi shing nets are being dredged up and recycled for use on our fl oors rather than being left to trap plastic


42 PANTONE Colours aff ect our moods, especially when they are in need of reviving. We examine how design created industry standards and the profound eff ect they have had on that industry


48 GLASS FLOORING There’s a lot more going on beneath our feet today, and constant technological advances have been driving that change across a range of sectors, including sport and entertainment


54 OUTDOOR FLOORING Months in Lockdown has made us appreciate what’s beyond our walls more than ever and the fl ooring sector is responding


60 WORKING FROM HOME A place to live, or a place to work? The secret lies in getting the balance right, something of a challenge, given that the way we divide our time is changing


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DOMOTEX MAGAZINE 2021


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