Disruptive Dining: a Colorful Dining Experience at Decorex 2017 — One of the best design events in the world, Decorex International will bring some interesting design activities to London. So get yourself prepared and plan your design agenda carefully and wisely.
And one of these Decorex‘s activities totally steals all attention of Daily Design News‘ editors: this year’s entrance installation will bring the worlds of fashion, floristry, set design and interior design together in one creative and colorful dining experience. See how the different disciplines create their pop-up dining scape, in a fun and interactive way!
MEET THE DESIGNERS
Matthew Williamson with Osborne & Little
Internationally renowned for his signature aesthetic, Matthew Williamson is a master of print, embellishment, attention to detail and kaleidoscopic color. His collections reflect a refined yet spirited sense of glamour inspired by global and artistic influences. The designer has shown his critically acclaimed debut collection ‘Electric Angels’ in 1997. Celebrating 15 years in fashion last year, the brand’s inimitable style has long appealed to both celebrities and industry insiders alike, Matthew Williamson’s love of color, pattern, and texture has been paired with Osborne & Little’s savoir-faire in furnishing fabrics and wallpaper.
Acclaimed florists Larry Walshe are one of Britain’s premier luxury floral design companies. Based in London, their lavish and abundant use of texture and color and distinctive vision is known for creating opulent, memorable and dramatic floral displays that transform weddings & events in London, throughout the UK and abroad. With many years experience in luxury weddings and events, Walshe himself has been commissioned by Royal Households, hundreds of brides and grooms both home and abroad and for some of the world’s most discerning brands seeking a unique and creative approach to event design.
Beata Heuman with Fromental
Ranked by House and Garden as one of the top 100 Designers, Beata Heuman’s studio is known for its playful and original work, with a team that strives to create beautiful interiors with a Scandinavian attention to detail and longevity. Swedish-born, London-based designer Beata Heuman worked for multitalented British creative Nicky Haslam before starting her own firm in 2014. In a few short years, the inexhaustibly innovative talent has become a darling of London’s design press, exhibiting a flair for creating bespoke furniture, lighting, textiles, and wallpaper, as well as entire interiors for private homes and in-demand restaurants.
Recounting the worlds of craftsmen imaginary and the elegance of Italian home-style, Eligo Studio embodies the Italian excellence, with the mission of recovering the original roots of its unique timeless beauty. Eligo products combine the centuries-old experience of timeless artifacts to the design of new objects, inspired by drawings and forgotten patents. Each artifact has its own uniqueness and brings with it ‘the design and charm of Italian history. Eligo’s partners not only include artisans workshops, but also long-established Italian companies, such as Berti Knives, Busatti Fabrics, and Valobra Soaps, and it is able to bring together the Italian signature style.
THE ENTRANCE CAFÉ
Three leading Derbyshire brands will celebrate the excellence and creative heritage of the country by collaborating to curate the main exhibition entrance café.
Innovative designers and artisans Blackpop, Curiousa & Curiousa and Royal Crown Derby not only share their Derbyshire base but a passion for design, British manufacturing and the celebration of color. The Derbyshire Collective Café will feature bespoke table dressings from Blackpop, handblown glass stacked light chandeliers and fine bone china tableware from Royal Crown Derby.
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