The Interieur biennale is an insider favourite on the design fair circuit. Why Interieur works so well for visitors is because it is small, hence manageable, and relevant, hence interesting.

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The Interieur biennale, which opened in the sleepy Belgian town of Kortrijk at the weekend, is an insider favourite on the design fair circuit. Why Interieur works so well for visitors is because it is small, hence manageable, and relevant, hence interesting. This year it’s the biggest yet, though there are just 250 stands. Brands, big and small, international and local, each had to apply and be approved by a committee and with stand space at a premium it forces everyone to only show the things that promote brand direction.

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