Global Interior Design Industry Trends Reviewed in New Research Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
11 Apr 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In 2012, among the top areas where nanotechnology will have a significant impact one can name anti-bacterial, solar and UV protection and easy to clean (ETC) products. According to the survey results, 56% of the architecture and design company respondents anticipate demand for leisure and entertainment furniture to increase, while 46% project an increase in demand for specialty furniture. Overall, 86% of the architecture and design company respondents expect increased demand for antibacterial and antimicrobial nanoscale silver paints during 2012 and 84% of the respondents express a positive outlook for energy-efficient roof paints or coatings.
New market research study “New Product Trends and Changing Demand in the Interior Design Industry in 2012: Survey Intelligence” prepared by World Market Intelligence has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
New Product Trends and Changing Demand in the Interior Design Industry in 2012: Survey Intelligence
Published: April, 2012
Price: US$ 1.250,00
The research study offers a comprehensive guide to the global interior design industry, featuring the opinions of 229 industry executives related to the following:
- changing product trends and their impact on the current business environment;
- impact of nanotechnology on the interior design industry;
- preference for new materials and technologies in the next 12 months with focus on residential and office interior design;
- demand for new products in lighting, furniture and fixtures, paints, walls and flooring and glass and derivatives.
More new studies by the publisher can be found at World Market Intelligence page.