The week of January 18–23, 2015 in Vegas is dedicated to all things design and construction. Last year, the International Builders’ Show and Kitchen & Bath Industry Show joined forces for one spectacular week. It was such a success, that it’s happening again this year, and it’s growing.
Dubbed Design and Construction Week, the new annual conglomeration of shows will by joined by the International Window Coverings Expo, The International Surface Event, and Las Vegas Market shows this year.
A quarter of a million visitors from the professional design and construction industry are expected to attend. There will be 3,750 vendors with over four and a half million square feet of exhibits for visitors to wander through over the course of the week.
BS, KBIS, and Widow Coverings will be held January 20–22 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Las Vegas Market will be at the World Market Center Las Vegas from January 18–22. The International Surface Event exhibits will be available January 21–23 and education will be ongoing from the 20–23rd at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
Registration at IBS, KBIS, or IWCE events gives you access to all the events during the week. You can also get passes to all events at TISE and Las Vegas Market. Register by January 17th with IBS, KBIS, or IWCE and get the discounted rate. You can also get the discounted rate from January 18th–22nd by registering online.
Daltile at Design and Construction Week
Daltile will be in attendance at IBS, KBIS, and the Surfaces events. You can expect to see designs in floor tile that reflect the latest trends and some forward thinking as plans for several new tile series move forward in 2015.
Designers are getting creative with tile on the floors, walls, countertops, mosaic tile, and beyond. Ceramic, porcelain, and glass tile continue to be fundamental materials for top designers and builders throughout 2015.
Look for updates from our on-site staff both during and after the events at Design and Construction Week. We’ll keep you in-the-know as to the hottest designs and materials for 2015 and beyond.