Continental Presents Sustainable skai® Product World at ARCHITECT@WORK

Under the motto “Healthy Materials,” the German edition of ARCHITECT@WORK will be held in Frankfurt on December 7 and 8, 2022. The perfect opportunity for technology company Continental to present the latest sustainable products in its skai<sup>®</sup> product range to architects, designers and planners.

The countdown has started. There are only two weeks left until Messe Frankfurt will transform into a melting pot on the architectural scene. This year, the focus of the successful event series ARCHITECT@WORK is on the topic of “Healthy Materials.” Surface expert Continental will also be there, and will present its most sustainable products in line with this motto.

Over two days – December 7 and 8, 2022 – in hall 11.1, booth 14, visitors will have the opportunity to literally “get a feel” of the fabrics and be inspired, not only by the outer features of Continental’s exhibits but also their inner values.

Register now and get exclusive admission.

On display will be two innovative skai® products that set standards in terms of environmental awareness and sustainability:

skai®  VyP Coffee – an upholstery material with true green credentials. Recycled and natural components are used for the production of this particular material. What is revolutionary about this product is that Continental has succeeded in using coffee grounds as part of the production process.

skai®  Evida – a sustainable bio-based artificial leather certified according to OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100. More than 80 percent of the components used for the bio-synthetic product are made from natural and renewable materials.

Take this opportunity to find out about the latest interior design trends and discover the materials of the future at the Continental booth.

Secure your visitor pass for exclusive admission now. Register here.


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