Decorex 2015 will happen in London from 20-23 September. The design trends, solutions and best items will be showcased at the same place. A great opportunity to get some inspirations and ideas. Here we show some of the best exhibitors you will find at the fair. Make sure you will visit them!
Jewellery designer Lara Bohinc is set to launch an exciting new furniture collection with Decorex exhibitor Lapicida.
The Lunar collection, which is Lara’s first furniture collection, takes inspiration from the planets and their movements, and features a series of marbles set within brass or 18ct gold-plated steel rims.
This year Harlequin London will present a modern 1970’s themed stand with exceptional bespoke lighting solutions that are confident and unexpected, yet manage to fuse 2015 with the 70’s.
Stuart Scott is a self-confessed perfectionist. He is driven to design furniture that combines geometric modernist precision, flowing organic beauty, and pure comfort. His work is the product of a singular vision and a deep engagement with authentic natural materials of great character.
Boca do Lobo at Stand: J40A
Boca do Lobo will be showcasing some of the best creations of the brand. Signature pieces and more simple designs also for every diferent taste.
Founded in 1995, Tom Faulkner is an award-winning British furniture company, specialising in handmade metal furniture. Best known for its distinctive glass top dining tables, the collections also include dining chairs, occasional tables, lighting, mirrors and range of accessories.
Villiers through talent and hard work has become synonymous across the world with elegant, timeless design. They have stayed true to their aim – to make designer furniture the traditional English way using great materials and fantastic craftsmanship.
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DelightFULL is lighting design brand that recreates the iconic design of the 50’s and 60’s and adds a modern twist to every piece. Bond by a retro code, DelightFULL collections are full of sleek lines and iconic design shapes.
The word ‘sentient’ is defined as ‘the power of perception’, ‘by sensation and consciousness’. In one way or another our intention is to reach or alert our customers consciousness. We want our designs and products to be questioning, curious, interesting and maybe even to provoke rejection.
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