German kitchen furniture manufacturer Leicht and Japanese bathroom giant Toto are among more than 50 confirmed exhibitors at the newly rebranded kbb LDN (formerly kbbLondon) show.
According to the show's organiser, it is around 20 years since Leicht exhibited at a UK show and Toto has never appeared at any kbb exhibition.
In addition, the show has also confirmed Italian kitchen furniture manufacturer Arredo3 will be exhibiting for the first time in the UK.
These companies join the likes of Poggenpohl, Baumatic, Scavolini, Mark David, Abode, BK Nolte Contracts and Perrin & Rowe.
It will form part of The May Design Series, an umbrella event which includes three adjoining shows: Arc, a lighting event, DX which will focus on technology, and Interiors LDN.
It means visitors to kbb LDN will also be able to access the three additional, design-related events.
The May Design Series has been conceived for design professionals who work in residential and commercial markets and is "realistically targeting 14,000 visitors" said brand director Andrew Vaughan.
The interior and visitor experience of the May Design Series will be designed by Ab Rogers who created the look for Richard Rogers retrospective at The Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Comme des Garçons flagship store in France.
In total, The May Design Series will cover 20,000sqm, with half the space expected to be dedicated to kbb LDN.
kbb LDN, as part of The May Design Series, takes place at ExCel in London from May 19-21, 2013.
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