Once again kicking off London Design Festival, the 41st edition of Decorex International (16th – 19th September) will see the great and good of high-end interior design descend on Syon Park to present the latest in luxury interiors.
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This year, the show’s 400 exhibitors will include some of the industry’s best-known names, from Knot Rugs, Ian Sanderson and Dedar to Little Green, Timorous Beasties and Robert Langford. Decorex will also welcome around 50 first-time exhibitors - Officine Gullo, Sahrai, Meisterwerke, Another Country, Sharon Marston and Benott among them.
VIP ticketholders will gain access to House & Garden’s VIP Lounge, this year designed by Beata Heuman, named Interior Designer of the Year at the magazine’s 2018 award ceremony. The Bar will be designed by world-renowned interior design firm Lambart & Browne in an inviting, elegant contemporary British style.
The acclaimed Future Heritage exhibition, curated by design critic and curator Corinne Julius, will return this year with new work by names including Tord Boontje and Marcin Rusak, while the entrance will see this year’s show theme – ‘Blank Canvas’ – explored through installations by leading British interior designers Henry Prideaux, Simone Suss, Maddux Collective and Brian Woulfe.
An extensive seminar programme will feature industry experts including high-profile interior designers, craftspeople and makers, leading journalists, brand founders, marketteers and senior consultants.
There will be a complimentary shuttle bus service in operation, transporting visitors between Decorex and Focus, as well as nearby mainline stations.