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Decorex is one of the first destinations to open the 2016 London Design Festival, the UK’s leading destination for luxury interior design. The renowned event is set to return from the 18th until 21st of September.
The show will be exploring the roots of design for the 39th edition of the most coveted products from a collection of more than 400 hand-selected exhibitors, ranging from established names to emerging talent.
The design event will be held in the grounds of Syon Park, highlighting the very best of wall coverings, furniture, lighting, floor coverings of professional designers and architects.
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Renowned companies will exhibit once again their novelties, and here are some examples.
KOKET lavish presentation with the new Kelly Bed covered in an indulgent Fox pillow and throw, the mirroredTamara nightstands, the nature-inspired Stella mirror. As lighting sources, the majestic Eternity chandelier and the sculptural Eternity sconces.
Casamance Group bold wallcoverings collection.
Jo Littlefair London accessories being unveiled.
A series of interactive installations and a popular seminar program will explore the origins of design through the four-day event. All visitors and guests will experience how design is built on a rich heritage, constantly evolving to incorporate new techniques and materials. From customs and culture, these influences have shaped design today.
Decorex has paired established names, including Nicky Haslam, Lulu Lytle, and Guy Goodfellow, with emerging designers such as Sebastian Cox and Tom Raffield.
For Sebastian Cox, acclaimed designer, “I strongly believe that by looking at the roots of design we can continue to make things that don’t adhere to short-lived trends; by looking at our roots we can make things that remain beautiful for centuries.”
A must-visit for professionals and serious interiors lovers, Decorex’s prestigious reputation seems to keep the excitement and innovation focal points, and September 2016 will be no different.
Save the date!
Date: Sunday 18 September – Wednesday 21 September 2016
Location: Syon Park, London
Sunday 18 September: 10am-6pm (trade only)
Monday 19 September: 10am – 6pm (trade only)
Tuesday 20 September: 10.00am–7.00pm
Wednesday 21 September: 10.00am–5.00pm (trade only)
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