Coming up: the International Home and Housewares show in the United States. Held March 6-8, the event attracts around 60,000 professional visitors a year and showcases the latest products in home design. Later in March, an event dedicated to home technology takes place in Florida.
2011 Skyscraper competition - winners announced
United States / International
This annual skyscraper design competition sponsored by American architecture magazine
eVolo opened to students, architects, engineers and designers on July 19, 2010. This year entrants were tasked with imagining a skyscraper for the 21st century, one that takes advantage of new materials and technologies and addresses current housing concerns. Winners are awarded a cash prize of $5000 and receive widespread coverage in international design publications.
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International Home & Housewares show
Chicago, IL, USA
An international showcase of household and home products organized by the International Housewares Association. The 2011 Home and Housewares show is divided into four categories: Clean and Contain, Dine and Design, Wired and Well and Global Crossroads, which contains the stall of international exhibitors. On average the show attracts around 60,000 professional attendees, 15,000 US buyers and 6,000 international buyers from over 100 countries per year. In terms of visitor numbers the show is therefore much smaller than Ambiente (February 11-15) yet larger than the Thailand International Furniture Fair (March 16-20).
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Electronic House Expo
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL, USA
EHX (Electronic House Expo) is an expo that caters for people interested in home health tech, smart energy, electronic security, digital media and custom electronics. It features booths from more than 200 exhibitors and offers hands-on "super sessions" for those wanting to learn more about the electronics industry. EHX will also be running some of CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association) University's most demanded courses during the event so attendees can brush up on their skills.