There is an air of spring in London and as each new season arrives, the city prepares for a fantastic deal with London Design Weekthe annual event held at Design Center Chelsea Harbor. The event that will come to life from 13 to 18 Marchwill see the new collections for interior design. Colors, patterns and tactile materials will be the masters of the new edition, while designers and creatives will show their works for next season.
In addition to exhibitors and products, the organizers have developed a complete program of speakers: expert manufacturers, brand representatives and designers to involve and inform not only those present, but also spectators who will have the opportunity to watch a variety of support events online. .
Therefore, the festival will celebrate creativity and feed ideas, but in a different key than previous seasons. The organizers called this year’s Design Week the most “significant” ever because of the desire for shared experiences after the pandemic. There Design week officially begins with a global online launch on March 13, bringing the best of London to an international audience. So what not to miss this year?
Over 600 brands and 120 international showrooms will be present in London Design Center to set trends in home decor. The outlook for 2022 is elegant, beautiful and optimistic, so you will see poetic prints, playful pastels and soft silhouettes representing new beginnings.
There London Design Week pays tribute to some of the most interesting designers on the continents. Highlights include accessories from Arteriors with American interior designer Celerie Kemble and sculptural furniture by Spanish artist-designer Jaime Hayon with Ceccotti Collezioni. Jean-Paul Gaultier will also reshape garden decorating ideas with his outdoor collection featuring the powerful French Lelièvre Paris fabric.
In addition to its showrooms, London Design Week will host a curated program of events to inspire new ideas for the home, including meeting sessions with designers and demonstrations by artisans, so you can learn more about the process behind your favorite work.
The Conversations of London Design Week 2022
With Conversations in design there will be many conferences, panel discussions and business-focused sessions with top speakers. New talents include Mimi Shodeinde from Miminat Designs, Alex Holloway and Na Li from Holloway Li, Jake Arnold, Isabella Worsley, Minnie Kemp, Rupert Cunningham and Alexandria Dauley along with more established names like Nicola Harding, Lucy Hammond Giles, Adam Bray and Celerie Kemble .
The main characters in London Design Week 2022
One of the deals not to be missed is the one with the legendary fashion and textile designer Zandra Rhodes, who wants to explore Britannia, her new collaboration with the silk weaving mill Gainsborough. Kit Kemp from Firmdale Hotels will talk about his new collaboration with Andrew Martin on carpets. Her daughter, Minnie Kemp, will be in Julian Chichester’s showroom discussing how to emulate a hotel experience in their own home.
In Tollgard’s showroom, renowned designer Sebastian Herkner will explore new works for the Canadian studio Man of Parts, revealing how creative collaborations around the world work. Christian Lee will celebrate his new showroom and the latest Fabricut collection with Iris Apfel.
The voices of the experts
Gianluca Ceccotti, the granddaughter of Franco Ceccotti, will at London Design Week 2022 discuss the importance of keeping the craft alive for the next generation. The founder of Mind the Gap Stefan Ormenisan will talk to designer Marianne Cotterill about the brand’s incomparable style and will unveil Woodstock, the new lifestyle collection inspired by the legendary festival. Designer Monique Tollgård and Adam Court from OKHA’s modern furniture studios will explore the roots of South African design and dive into OKHA’s unique relationships with local designers, craftsmen and the material landscape. Stark Carpet invites you to work with their best in-house designers to explore the path each project takes from idea to reality.
The theme of sustainability
But today we can not help but talk about sustainability. Therefore, Savoir Beds reveals the journey towards the creation of the first plant-based, luxurious vegan bed. Certified by the Vegan Society, it has no synthetic substances, no animal products and minimal waste. Casamance at Colony will hold a session on the journey of linen, from the field to textiles, while Dedar will talk about printing on sustainable wool and linen, as well as new models made with recycled yarn. Artisans of Devizes presents its new Elements collection along with a panel discussion on trends, stone care and sustainability.
Appointments in the showroom
Among London Design Week 2022 agreements, there are the openings to the design showrooms, including the London Basin Company, which create richly decorated porcelain basins; Laskasas, a furniture company that combines advanced materials and exquisite Portuguese craftsmanship, and Londonart Wallpaper, an Italian company specializing in exclusive wallpapers. Eggersmann Design brings together two leading German kitchen and joinery manufacturers to deliver advanced bespoke solutions. Mind The Gap unveils its first showroom in the UK, presenting collections inspired by a sense of wanderlust, as well as its homeland, Transylvania; Plant Drop specializes in effect plants for designed rooms, and Hadeland Glassverk’s showroom is a collaboration between Norwegian designers who showcase lighting and glassware.
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