Decorex, the UK’s leading destination for interior design, will take place 17th – 20th September at Syon Park, London, as the opening destination of the London Design Festival, and celebrating 40 years of design.
Attracting nearly 14,000 visitors from across the globe, Decorex 2017 will be exploring design collaborations as this year’s show theme by focusing both on the strength of its past and current relationships and importantly looking towards those future partnerships.
Decorex exclusive ‘Future Heritage’ will return with a showcase of new work and techniques by the leading names to collect in British craft. Corinne Julius, the renowned design and applied arts critic, is the curator and has selected 14 new participating designers including Lauren Nauman, Simon Hasan and Matt Davis.
The Decorex Champagne Bar, an annual fixture and central meeting place, will be designed by award-winning interior designer Shalini Misra this year. The design, which is inspired by The Great Exhibition of 1851, will take centre stage at the show. Disruptive Dining, this year’s main entrance installation, will feature four unique and elegant exclusive dining scenes that bring together the worlds of fashion, floristry, set and interior design in a colourful dining experience, created by leading designers including Matthew Williamson at Osborne & Little , Larry Walshe, Beata Heuman with Fromental and EligoStudio.
This year sees the 40th anniversary of Decorex International and to mark the occasion three leading Derbyshire brands will celebrate the excellence and creative heritage of the county 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 colour.
For further information please visit www.decorex.com