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Decorex 2015 London, is fast approaching and is going to take place from 20 to 23 September at Syon Park, in the Chelsea showroom, bringing together the best and most innovative luxury products from around the world. The Harlequin London, of course, will be exhibiting in their stand, the C34, right at the centre of the show, next to the Russell Sage-designed champagne bar.
Over 400 companies are exhibiting at the Decorex London 2015, with so many industry leaders present, it’s a wonderful opportunity for Harlequin London to stand out and showcase the creativity they’ve become known for, challaging themselves to come up with a design brief more exciting and memorable than the last. They’ve hosted a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, designed a grand Queen Anne townhouse and even invited visitors inside a luxurious prison cell – all hard acts to follow!
This year Harlequin London will be wowing visitors with a 1970s retro theme with a modern twist that brings it up to date and perhaps even takes a leap into the future, in line with the show’s theme, ‘Future Luxury’. They will capture the exuberance and experimental nature of seventies design with the colours being bright and vibrant, with teal and gold playing major roles, and shapes being whimsical with a hint of eccentricity. This seventies spirit combined with today’s confident, bespoke design concepts and contemporary production techniques result in a cutting-edge style that is entirely relevant for 2015 and beyond.
As every year, ours will be no ordinary stand. It will be made up of zones that are each distinct in style and yet work in harmony with one another. The overall colour scheme will be reflected in the wallpaper chosen for our stand:
Visitors to Harlequin London stand will be able to admire some of the world’s finest tableware, lighting and decorative accessories at close quarters. From classic crystal, Christofle candlesticks and cutlery designed by Marcel Wanders to quirky ‘Magic Mushrooms’ by Wiener Silber, the innovation and craftsmanship on display will be unrivalled.
Harlequin London’s work often involves collaborating with clients and expert artisans to commission a bespoke solution, and visitors to our stand will be able to learn more about this elaborate creative process: the pages of hand-drawn sketches; the piles of samples; the hours, days, months of skilled work… it truly is a labour of love.
A breathtaking example of a bespoke piece will be taking pride of place on their exhibition stand: a 5m Murano glass and ‘liquid metal’ dining table, made using innovative techniques by the finest craftsmen on the island of Murano. It was commissioned by them especially for Decorex and they’re confident that it will be one of theirs ‘stand-out’ pieces. Trust us, that’s something you wouldn’t want to miss.