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As you might noticed, tomorrow will start London Design Festival 2015, and one day after starts Decorex 2015, where BRABBU will be exhibiting ’till 23 of September at stand J31! But today is about London Design Festival 2015 and its most important London Design Districts! Chelsea Design Quarter is London’s centre for interior design!
It has the largest and most diverse selection of established interiors specialists concentrated in one area, bringing together the capital’s most vibrant showrooms and creative communities all within a stroll along the King’s Road, Loats Road and Imperial Wharf.
In London Design Festival 2015, participating partners are staging an inspiring programme of design-led activities including high-profile talks, must-see exhibitions and artisan demonstrations. Antiques gallery Guinevere will celebrate London Design Festival 2015 with award-winning interior designer Alidad who is creating a scheme for one of its windows on the King’s Road. Alidad will also be in conversation on Monday 21 September with Gabby Deeming, Decoration editor at House & Garden, discussing his inspiration for this scheme.
Go Modern, specialists in contemporary high-end furniture and European design furniture, will showcase new products for AW15 featuring marble, velvet and painted metal finishes. Roca London Gallery will have an exhibition called Childhood Recollections: memory in design from 17 September 2015 – 23 January 2016 curated by Clare Farrow. Zaha Hadid, Kengo Kuma, Daniel Libeskind, Denise Scott Brown, Nieto Sobejano and Philip Treacy reveal the childhood recollections that have shaped their outstanding visions and work.
John Cullen Lighting will present a dynamic architectural lighting, light art and library installation in collaboration with Haberdashery, designers of landmark lighting products and Ultimate Library, creators of bespoke book collections. Joining other members of the Chelsea Design Quarter, Leather Chairs of Bath will have a late opening on 21 September at its King’s Road store as they showcase their hand-dyed, traditionally-upholstered leather sofas and chairs and other English “Club” furniture which can be handmade to colour and size preference.
Waterworks, the premier luxury bathroom brand from the USA, will be lauching its kitchen brand with over 200 new products in its King’s Road showroom while Catchpole and Rye, known for their luxurious cast iron baths beautifully made in their Kent based workshops, will launch new enamel interiors available on their Copper, Nickel and Brass Bateaus.