The world-renowned interior design show Decorex has a new date, 6–9 October and location, Olympia London. Over its 40-year history, the show has been at the forefront of high-end interior design, showcasing the finest furnishing fabrics, surfaces, lighting and finishing touches as well as hosting a variety of talks and seminars with industry insiders….
This inspiring regular fixture curated by design critic Corinne Julius, returns. This showcase of new works commissioned from boundary-pushing makers and craftspeople also includes ceramicist Alice Walton who regularly reimagines mundane and everyday objects. For Decorex she has created an installation of large elongated and extruded wall tiles that mirror the pipes found on the roof of the Olympia exhibition hall. Artist James Rigler took inspiration from the architecture and motifs found at Olympia’s Grand Hall to create furniture and lighting in simplified geometric shapes. Highlights include Mexican product designer Fernando Laposse’s ‘Totomoxtle’ (pictured) corn husk marquetry furniture and wall coverings, Lynne Maclachlan’s 3D-printed biodegradable plastic wall tiles, Gavin Keightley’s Jesmonite stools inspired by natural erosion and Studio Furthermore’s bisque porcelain vessels that mirror the material used to coat Nasa space shuttles
The show will be welcoming over 50 new exhibitors highlights include: interior designer Rose Uniacke with her fabric collection (pictured), lighting brand Cameron Design House, surface pattern designer Kirath Ghundoo and furniture brand Vincent Sheppard.
ELLE Decoration’s editor Ben Spriggs will host a discussion with the interior designer duo behind Sella Concept, Gayle Noonan and Tatjana von Stein. They will discuss their most recent projects, new products and their space at Decorex’s Design Encounter.
Monday 7th October 12:00 - 12:45
New for 2019, a show house installation by architect John Allsopp exploring the future of interiors and technology. Six different interior design firms – These White Walls, Zachary Pulman Design Studio (their dining room concept pictured), Run for the Hills, Sella Concept, Natalia Miyar Atelier and Samantha Todhunter Design – will each create a room in their unique style.