Decorex 2017 will celebrate 40 years of design collaborations, focusing both on the strength of its past and current relationships and importantly looking towards those future partnerships.
Decorex, the UK’s leading destination for interior design, took place in September on the historic grounds of Syon Park, as the opening destination of the London Design Festival. Featuring more than 400 of the most recognised and emerging exhibitor’s world-wide, including rising numbers of new participants, this esteemed event is the only one of its kind for the high-end interiors market. The show’s 2017 edition will also include a number of notable feature spaces and will see the return of Future Heritage: the acclaimed display of work by some of the leading emerging names in British craft. Curated by renowned design and applied arts critic, Corinne Julius, Future Heritage will feature new work exclusively commissioned for the show. This year makers will include designers Helen Carnac, David Gates, Simon Hassan, Merel Karhof and Marc Trotereau, and Naomi McIntosh. A packed programme of insightful talks featuring the industry’s influencers will cover all aspects of design, including craft, lighting, hotels, global projects and for the younger designers, a session on how to grow your own business. Some exciting new formats will also feature this year.
The entrance The Champagne bar