Every year, the best interior designers and creatives behind the most exquisite interior projects and design furniture concepts in the world unite to tell their stories once more at Decorex 2018. As a design authority event, Decorex International is well known featuring new talents in the modern interior design field and, with that purpose, the 2018 social programme will also be full of surprising news and arising talents to discover among the ”old good” habits of this exciting design show. Stay tuned because News & Events will get you covered for this year edition of Decorex.
Future Heritage 2018: Discover the creative minds inside
By arising talents that surely will impress and inspire the visitors we’re talking about Future Heritage 2018, the showcase of British craft to collect and commission where every year a group of designers, thinkers, and makers who represent the pinnacle of the modern interior design making are recognized. Since its first edition in 2014, Future Heritage it acts now as the launch pad for tomorrow’s leading contemporary design talents.
Glithero. The Anglo-Dutch, multidisciplinary design studio formed by Tim Simpson and Sarah van Gameren fuses conceptual ideas with innovative making techniques. Glithero’s work often explores the transformative nature of time as it passes. At Decorex 2018, the studio will showcase a new series of botanical tiles, rugs and huge hand-turned vases.
Kaori Tatebayashi. A ceramicist born in Arita, Japan – the home of Imari pottery – Tatebayashi will base her work on the plants that grow around Decorex’s picturesque Syon Park home as inspiration, aiming to create lasting odes, in the form of ceramic installations, to the ephemeral state of the natural world.
Katrin Spranger. Spranger’s current project Aquatopia takes a critical view of our fresh water supplies, its increasing demand, and pollution. She uses found objects, including original plumbing parts and laboratory objects and repurposes them using electroforming to create usable sculptures. Katrin is collaborating with Chadder & Co to create a complete sculptural Victorian bath.
Tord Boontje. Known for a romantic style of contemporary design, Boontje’s work is experimental with a strong interest in storytelling, nature, decoration, materials, and technology. He has created an entirely new body of work for Decorex 2018, including a moon and planetary-inspired floor standing light, a metal wired chair and vases made of metal and blown glass.
Rebecca De Quin. Silversmith and fine metalworker De Quin designs and makes domestic metal artifacts that respect the traditions of metal crafts and occupy a meaningful place within contemporary living. At Decorex 2018, she will design and make three large-scale wall panels with detachable elements that can be removed and used on the table as bowls or dishes.
Marcin Rusak. is making a welcome return to Future Heritage after the success of his Flora range in 2015. His new work MRM, has a very different aesthetic. It explores metal and it’s potential for subtle color. He is producing a coffee table, console, drinks cabinet and vessels for Future Heritage.
Decorex International brings the interior design community together both year-round and during the tradeshow for a series of events designed to intrigue, inspire and ignite new collaborations as well to inspire the world with the latest design trends.
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