Beyond the exhibits, discover these destinations at KBIS and Design & Construction Week® for additional programming, learning and networking opportunities. Add these can't miss features to your list!
This new boutique-style tent space located outside South Hall includes KBIS Edit, featuring exclusive, design-forward brands curated by Modenus and Design Milk; #DMMTalks Lounge; Lightovation Lounge, featuring programming with experts in illumination, resources from the American Lighting Association, plus an interactive virtual reality experience; and more KBIS exhibits.
Green Builder Presents The Align Project, a one-year demonstration project designed to challenge entrenched ideas about how we live in the U.S. and offer suggestions for how we can align our lifestyles with our changing socio-economic and environmental realities.
Exclusive, design-forward brands, curated and promoted by Modenus and Design Milk, will be showcased in a boutique setting. This invitation-only space focuses on small batch production, international luxury brands, bespoke manufacturers and artisans in and around the kitchen and bath.
In partnership with the American Lighting Association, Dallas Market Center’s Lightovation comes to KBIS for the first time in the Lightovation Lounge, an illuminating area under the Salon tent. Lightovation Lounge hosts an interactive virtual reality experience that transports attendees to the largest residential lighting show in North America, plus two days of lighting-related programming by industry experts.
The popular Design Milk X Modenus Talks Lounge - Back as the platform for conversations among industry insiders, influencers and design VIPs, the #DMMTalks Lounge features three days of programming with talks on design business, current events and industry initiatives, plus follow-up conversations on select KBISNeXT Stage panel discussions.
The KBISNeXT Stage, sponsored by HomeAdvisor and Ceasarstone, will showcase the industry’s latest trends and insights shared by leading kitchen and bath experts. Programming includes the Design Bites sessions, and a series of engaging new panel discussions on hot topics such as women in design, sustainability, color, and the new modern luxury.
Visit the CEDIA Technology Solutions Pavilion designated specifically to showcase exhibitors who specialize in technology solutions for the home. Connect your customers to better kitchens, baths and connected homes by developing new partnerships and discovering the latest in home automation. Located on the IBS show floor.
The Showcase for Living In Place in Booth S114 brings attention and information to make all homes accessible, comfortable and safe, regardless of the occupant’s current or future needs or age.
Located inside on the show floor (South Hall) find a collection of new products for grilling, entertaining and living well in a home's outdoor space. The Outdoor Living Pavilion is a shared exhibit highlighting some of what’s best in outdoor living between the KBIS and IBS shows.
Head to South Hall to experience the expanded Discovery District and see the latest products from emerging and international brands. At the center of the Discovery District you’ll find the Discovery District Lounge (SL3875) a place to sit down, relax, recharge and network.
KBIS is proud to announce its inaugural New Modernists Design Trail, a new way of seeing KBIS with a focus on modern and trend forward brands and products. Be it modern minimalism, maximalism or somewhere in between - we hope you’ll enjoy seeing KBIS from the Modernist’s point of view.
ASID presents a conference oasis that invites visitors to engage, ask broad questions, and explore the beautiful, impactful, and sometimes surprising ways that design impacts lives.
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) believes that design transforms lives. ASID serves the full range of the interior design profession and practice through the Society’s programs, networks, and advocacy. We thrive on the strength of cross-functional and interdisciplinary relationships among designers of all specialties, including workplace, healthcare, retail and hospitality, education, institutional, and residential. We lead interior designers in shared conversations around topics that matter: from evidence-based and humancentric design to social responsibility, well-being, and sustainability. We showcase the impact of design on the human experience and the value interior designers provide.
South Concourse – Booth SL002