This new design showhouse is a must-visit for summer

With its new WOW!house installation, the Design Centre Chelsea Harbour brings together a bounty of top international interior design talent under one fabulous roof

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Minnie and Kit Kemp of Kit Kemp Design Studio will design the day room. Photo credit: Simon Brown

There are few things more energising than a summer afternoon in London, particularly if you spend the day exploring one of the city’s buzziest new design destinations. From June 1 – July 1 2022, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour will play host to the aptly named WOW!house, an immersive showhouse featuring rooms created by over 20 top international interior designers, including Linda Boronkay, Kit Kemp Design Studio, Campbell-Rey and Rayman Boozer.

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Rayman Boozer, principal designer at Apartment 48 Interiors, will design the principal bedroom.
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A must-visit for interiors professionals and enthusiasts alike, WOW!house runs the whole length of the centre’s Design Avenue. Mamou-Mani, an award-winning RIBA chartered architectural practice, has been commissioned to create a dynamic façade — a fitting entrance for the creativity to be found inside. The myriad of rooms within the WOW!house will be transformed into eclectic, bespoke spaces, offering the ultimate in decorating inspiration.

To add to the ambience, conceptual sound artist Peter Adjaye has composed a bespoke soundscape for the event. Guests will also have access to a series of talks and tours throughout June, where they can meet some of the key names taking part and enjoy lively discussions about the power of design and the future of the industry.

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Sophie Ashby and Alexandria Dauley, the founders of United in Design, are overseeing former United in Design apprentices Christine Omorere and Roshu Shrestha in designing a room in collaboration with de Le Cuona.
United in Design

Tickets for the event cost £20 (student/child tickets are £10), with a proportion of the price donated to Centrepoint, the WOW!house chosen charity. Every visitor will receive a copy of the WOW!wonderbook – a keepsake guide to the WOW!house featuring interviews with the designers involved, as well as details of all the products used to create each room.

‘We are proud to introduce you to our new concept, the WOW!house,’ says Claire German, CEO of Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. ‘Our goal is to pioneer a sense of wonder; to amaze and inspire by showing the world what extraordinary achievements can be made when our talented industry comes together in such an ambitious and exceptional way.’

The edit of celebrated brands and interior designers includes: drawing room by Emma Burns and Philip Hooper of Colefax and Fowler. Living room by de Le Cuona in collaboration with United in Design. Morning room by Rita Konig and GP & J Baker. Bathroom by 2LG Studio and House of Rohl. Library by Turner Pocock and Julian Chichester. Courtyard bedroom by Brandon Schubert and Morris & Co. Salon by Linda Boronkay and Pierre Frey. Garden room by Campbell-Rey and Schumacher. Bedroom by Joanna Plant and Tissus d’Hélène. Principal bedroom by Rayman Boozer of Apartment 48. Dining room by Freddy van Zevenbergen. Day room by Kit Kemp and Minnie Kemp of Kit Kemp Design Studio. Drawing room by Paolo Moschino and Philip Vergeylen. Dressing room by Richard Moore of Martin Moore. Drawing room by Rui Ribeiro. Entrance foyer by Shalini Misra. Study by Stephanie Barba Mendoza.

Secure your ticket to the must-visit WOW!house at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour here. Early-bird tickets start at £20 for adults and £10 for students and children, a proportion of which will be donated to Centrepoint

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