With only one week to go until Interior Design & Architecture Summit (IDAS), here is a sneak peek into who will be dressing the seminar talks stage, as Blackpop prepares to create a backdrop for the event in its signature bold and maximalist aesthetic…
Having been founded in 2013 by Maxine Hall and Paula Moss, both of whom continue to design and direct its incredible journey, interiors label Blackpop has a very distinct design DNA. One which immerses you in a world of colour, pattern and texture – a glamorous interior world that is tactile, desirable and utterly uplifting. As a part of this process, the company specialise in producing a range of sustainable and natural fabrics, wallpapers, contract coverings, murals, wall hangings, upholstered furniture, bed throws and hand knotted rugs.
Working fluidly across both commercial and residential schemes, Blackpop’s digital process allows for projects to be readily customised. This includes tweaks in colour and scale, creating distinctive designs that give all its clients that desirable statement finish. A large amount of time is spent working with interior designers and architects, with recent projects having included Chateau Denmark, London, Adare Manor, Ireland, Ardbeg Distillery, Scotland, alongside numerous undisclosed residential homes.
“Our designs are full of stories – they embody and respond to place, history and art, conveying a deep sense of character and warmth,” discussed Maxine Hall, Principal Designer, Blackpop. “It’s like feeling comfortable and confident whether you are wearing a cocktail dress or jeans. For me it’s all about effortless luxury. Blackpop craft unique combinations, that express individuality and joy. The team at Blackpop resemble a family business where high standards permeate our entire approach and are paramount in our daily relationships with both residential and commercial clients.”
Through award-winning collaborations with renowned cultural establishments such as the National Portrait Gallery and Sir John Soane’s Museum having cemented the brands reputation in design history, Blackpop has also recently been accessioned into the archives at the iconic V&A Museum, London. The design label is delighted to have been invited to dress the IDAS space for this year, where speakers and delegates will experience a boldly elegant living room setting – Blackpop style.
Interior Design & Architecture Summit has very few supplier stands still available. If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry and would like to attend IDAS, to take part in the pre-arranged, face-to-face meetings with designers and architects, please email Olivia Jackson, or call 01992 374064.
Main image credit: Blackpop