LivingKitchen 2023, Cologne | 16-21 January | International kitchen show
LivingKitchen, the international kitchen fair at imm cologne, showcases everything from kitchen furnishings and built-in appliances to sinks, fittings, worktops, lighting, and accessories. Additional attractions at the kitchen expo include shows and a variety of live activities.
The International Kitchen Show will be held from 16th January to 23rd January, 2023 at Koelnmesse GmbH, Cologne in Germany.
The trade fair presents the latest designs, concepts, trends, and ideas for the kitchen. From kitchen furniture to kitchen appliances and accessories, LivingKitchen premieres every product of this category.
National and international industry professionals visit the show for its business-building opportunities. It is an ideal exhibition for the kitchen sector.
Markers of kitchen furnishing, built-in appliances, and all other fixtures that enter into the design of the kitchen exhibit at the trade show.
LivingKitchen 2019: Statistics
Total number of exhibitors: 217
Number of exhibiting Countries: 28
Total gross exhibition space: 35,000 m², 3 halls
Total number of visitors: 150,000 including 50,000 end-consumers
LivingKitchen 2023: Product Categories
- Kitchen furniture
- Kitchen appliances
- Small electric domestic appliances
- Kitchen taps and fittings
- Finished worktops
- Kitchen Lighting
- Kitchen accessories and equipment
- Outdoor kitchen
LivingKitchen: Visitor Target Groups
- National and international decision-makers
- Managing directors
- Purchasers and sales staff with commercial enterprises involved in marketing kitchens domestically and abroad
- Interior designers, architects, designers, furnishing consultants, interior decorators
LivingKitchen 2023: Events
LivingKitchen discusses the latest kitchen trends and demands. The events at the exhibition area are dedicated to displaying the future of the kitchen. Furthermore, the show also gives a platform to discuss the future of the kitchen and its related sectors.
In this event in 2019, Swiss designer Alfredo Haberli designed an augmented reality futuristic kitchen for the exhibition. The show was a massive success for its uniqueness, sensory delights, technological innovations, modern products, and much more.
This internationally acclaimed design competition at LivingKitchen is always a hit among young designers. Visitors from every sector are always eager to witness surprising visions and ideas.
This event of the kitchen expo discusses how changing lifestyles and nutritional behaviours affect kitchen requirements and designs. All the questions pertaining to this issue are taken up in Foodstyles.
LivingKitchen 2023 will be quite different from its previous editions. Considering the impact of coronavirus on the world, the kitchen expo will follow all the safety and hygiene protocols. It will also discuss the needs of the new normal in the kitchen industry.