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Exquisite Exemplars of Swedish Design in Jakarta

As Sweden’s ambassador to Indonesia, HE Johanna Brismar Skoog has a residence full of Swedish art and furniture that are all imbued with a design sense that has made the Scandinavian nation a creative powerhouse.
Johanna Brismar Skoog, in her first posting as an ambassador, lives in the residence alone, after her youngest son graduated from Jakarta International School and departed for France, and after her husband, Brismar Skoog’s predecessor as Sweden’s ambassador to the EU, left for a posting to the United Nations in New York City.


Boost Productivity in The Workplace With Inspiring Office Designs

If your office is looking dull or tired, a redesign could help boost employee productivity.
The days of the monochrome, compartmentalised office are over. With funky designs, open working spaces and bright colours becoming the norm in many companies, employers now recognise that traditional cubicles and stiff formalities are not conducive to a productive working environment.


Asia-Pacific Hotel Pipeline Grows

STR’s latest Pipeline Report for April shows 608,581 rooms in 2,753 hotel projects under contract in the Asia Pacific region.
Shanghai reported the highest number of project in the pipeline representing an addition of more than 10,000 rooms.
The total pipeline performance in the region represents a 3.8% increase in rooms under contract compared with April 2016.

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& GIFT SHOW 2017

Dedicated Design Interior

Housewares & Gift Show

Jakarta, March 2017: Nine Events and dmg events – two of the world’s leading exhibition organisers – have joined forces to launch an exciting new interior design show in Indonesia.

INDEX Indonesia, the new sister exhibition of the iconic, 27-year-old INDEX Dubai, will offer an unprecedented opportunity for global players in the interior design industry to meet with the buyers they need to expand their businesses across Southeast Asia and Australia. Taking place at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC) October 5-8, the trade event will focus on nine distinct design areas: kitchen and bathroom, lighting, furniture and furnishing, textiles, sleep, surfaces & finishes, design, workspace and hardware accessories.

The show will be held in tandem with MOZAIK Housewares & Gift Show, a household appliances and gift exhibition, creating the only business-to-business exhibition in Indonesia that concentrates on interior design, home furnishing, housewares and gift industries.

A large population and increasing middle-class society is helping Indonesia affirm it self as the largest and strongest retail market in its region. Market analysists estimate that domestic demand for household appliances will grow 10% this year alone.

In addition to that, the country’s geographical location – placed centrally in Southeast Asia and a stone’s throw from Australia – positions it as an attractive proposition for export markets.

The interior design, home furnishing, house hold appliance, and gift industries are expected to grow in sync with the rising property, tourism and hospitality industries across Southeast Asia. In 2014, Indonesia recorded more than 9.5 million international tourists, and to accommodate the growing demand, more than 15,000 hotel rooms worth more than IDR 1.5 trillion are currently in development. The property industry is also experiencing significant increase, with more than 22,000 apartment units to be built by 2020.

Retail markets in Southeast Asia are diverse, largely scaled, and growing rapidly. It is projected that in 2020 the middle-class society in Southeast Asia will have reachedup to 400 million people, all on steady income. This group will playa major role as potential consumers of the global retail market.


Media Partners

Opening days : 5 – 8 October 2017

Trade :

5 – 7 October 2017

Opening hours : 10:00 – 19:00

Public :

8 October 2017

Opening hours : 10:00 – 20:00

Exhibition Enquiries:

○  Mayang


○  Yossi


○  Jatu


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