Get Ready for ARCHIDEX 2024: More Halls, More Products and More Opportunities

By vira

ARCHIDEX, the largest architecture exhibition in Malaysia, is returning for the 23rd consecutive year from 3-6 July 2024 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Building on last year’s overwhelming success, ARCHIDEX is back with an even bigger spread of 700 exhibitors, 1,500 booths, across 11 Halls showcasing the latest advancements in architecture and building materials, technologies, interior fittings, and sustainable solutions.

YB Tuan Nga Kor Ming, <i>Minister of Housing and Local Government, Malaysia</i>

For four days, over 40,000 visitors from the architecture, interior design and building industry, professionals, and enthusiasts from more than 100 countries are expected to throng the halls of KLCC, to experience the ultimate transformative power of architectural innovation.

ARCHIDEX is held concurrently with the DATUM conferences, both much-anticipated events of the Kuala Lumpur Architecture Festival (KLAF 2024). ARCHIDEX also features a variety of panels, workshops, talks, demonstrations and carefully curated content by notable speakers, serving as a platform to enhance knowledge-sharing, networking and stimulate trade deals among market players.

L to R: YB Tuan Nga Kor Ming, Ar. Abu Zarim bin Abu Bakar, <i>President of Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM)</i>, Dato’ Vincent Lim, <i>President of C.I.S</i>

ARCHIDEX offers an immersive experience that brings together the three core pillars of the exhibition – Future Architecture, Sustainability and Wellbeing, to champion people-centric built environment. It sets the stage for architects, designers, and industry leaders to keep pace with emerging trends, breakthrough solutions and technological advancements in the industry, inspiring transformative solutions that will shape the future of architecture.

This year, ARCHIDEX is also in collaboration with the Malaysian Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT), who will be the host for the ASEAN-China Ministerial Roundtable on Construction & Housing (ACMROCH) 2024. This will strengthen ARCHIDEX’s role in catalysing conversations and regional cooperation.

8<sup>th</sup> from Left is Dato’ Vincent Lim, President of C.I.S, YB Tuan Nga Kor Ming, Minister of Housing and Local Development, Malaysia and Ar. Abu Zarim Abu Bakar, President of Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM) with the representatives from KPKT, C.I.S and PAM.

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