With less than three months to go, 100% Design unveils this year’s plans with Hotel Designs on board as a media partner…
100% Design will this year celebrate its 25th anniversary with an array of show stopping brands, thought-provoking features, interactive experiences and world renowned speakers. A host of carefully curated world leading interior brands will form Design London including contemporary Italian furniture company, da a, Arper, Benchmark, Dare Studio, Boss Design and Antonio Lupi, plus Swedish furniture makers Gärsnäs and Bsweden.
From global launches to an immersive pavilion and a tactile materials showcase – this year’s show has it all. Take a look below to find out about just some of the exciting content you can expect to uncover. Register now for your badge and be the first to hear more about exciting plans for #100Design25.
Voted the happiest country in the world for the second year running, the Finland pavilion will allow visitors to experience the sounds, sights, touch, smell and taste of Finland in the middle of London. A Sense of Finland will feature a specially built eco log house filled with the very best of Finnish furniture, products and lighting which are focused around sustainability, well-being and healthy living environments.
Located within one of Olympia’s lavish Victorian reception rooms, Detail London will showcase the latest high-end contemporary soft furnishings and wall coverings from international design companies, like Amsterdam based Studio Desimone Wayland (above), Glamora and Barbara Osorio Fabrics.
Created in collaboration with Material Driven, Material Studio will showcase 22 innovative materials with a number of them being shown in the UK for the first time. The feature will address some of the key issues of our time such as sustainability, performance, energy efficiency, waste and wellbeing.
This year’s talks programme will feature 50+ in-depth conversations and debates with designers, architects and a specialist look at trends and current issues from the likes of David Rockwell, Marcel Wanders, Karen Haller and Suzy Hoodless. There will also be an hour each day in the Forum dedicated to architecture. Register now and be the first to hear when the full
2019 programme is announced.
The show continues to act as a platform for a mix of new interior brands and established names to showcase their latest products. Benchmark will launch the Sage Collection by award-winning architect David Rockwell focussing on health and well-being within the built environment.
Meanwhile, the West Kensington Design District will be brought to life by an array of partners including Kirkby Design who will bring an original 1967 Victoria Line tube carriage to the show. The tube will be upholstered in Underground Volume II fabrics, a new collection of velvets which recreate iconic moquette train seats.