Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Next Stop
A MainGUILTY will be present at Index Saudi Arabia in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for the second consecutive year. Index Saudi Arabia is recognized as one of the largest industry fairs in the Middle East, attracting professionals from around the world to explore the latest news and trends.
Index Saudi Arabia will take place from September 10th to 12th at the Riyadh Front Exhibition & Conference Center, with opening hours from 04:00 PM to 10:00 PM daily. MainGUILTY will have its presence marked in the Portuguese Hall, Stand 2A131.
In this edition, MainGUILTY will present two unique and exciting novelties from its collection: the Vesuvio Console and the Anthea in Cork.
The Vesuvio Console is inspired by the history of the city of Pompeii, located in Naples, Italy. The console features finishes in gold leaf and burnt wood, finished with resin that adds a touch of shine and protection. This combination of elements evokes a sense of history and elegance.
The Anthea in Cork is a standout piece as well. It was first presented in Lisbon, Portugal, earlier this year. Cork is a natural and sustainable material, which reinforces MainGUILTY’s conscious approach to the materials used in its creations. This piece will likely contribute to a more environmentally responsible offering in the market.
An interesting occasion is also scheduled for the founder and creative director of MainGUILTY, Carlos Mello, who will participate in a Smart Talk at the event. In the panel entitled “The Power of Personality: The Role of Soft Skills in Design,” scheduled for the 12th at 5:55 PM, he will have the opportunity to share insights and perspectives alongside other influential professionals in the industry, such as Sara Abdulaziz Al-Sowayegh, Country Communication and Interior Design Manager at IKEA, and Kerem Cengiz, MENA Managing Director at LWK+Partners.
MainGUILTY’s participation in Index Saudi Arabia looks promising and will offer participants an opportunity to explore its exclusive creations and engage in significant discussions about the role of interpersonal skills in design.