Workspace Show brings together the entire commercial interiors community to discover and discuss tomorrow’s workspaces. Featuring an exhibition, a strategic conference as well as numerous networking functions, Workspace Show offers attendees the chance to explore the latest products & innovations that have been developed on the back of the disruption caused by the pandemic.
British and international manufacturers of furniture, lighting, storage, surfaces, acoustics & hardware will display their new products to an audience of architects, designers, retailers, contractors, developers, dealers, facilities management and specifiers from corporates.
The conference will deliver strategic thought leadership from the key stakeholders in the Workspace industry such as Gensler, tp bennett, Perkins & Will, Unispace, Aecom, Areen Design.
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Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair is the world’s leading meeting place for Scandinavian design! Nowhere else in the world will you find as many Scandinavian design companies gathered under one roof. 80% of our 700 exhibitors represent companies from the Scandinavian countries.
The latest trends and new products are unveiled here. For a couple of days, the halls are bursting with the best of Scandinavian furniture and lighting design for both public and home environments. They place Scandinavian design in an international context by drawing visitors from an impressive 100 countries!
Cruise Ship Interiors Expo Europe (CSIE) caters exclusively to the European cruise interior design industry.
Taking place at London’s ExCeL, the highly focused exhibition and conference provides a gateway for the cruise interiors supply chain to meet with Europe’s most esteemed cruise lines, designers, and shipyards. Discover the innovation and creativity from over 200 exhibiting design studios, outfitters, and interior suppliers.
Cruise Conversation Live will feature an esteemed speaker panel as they discuss the industry key topics. With a unique focus on Europe’s luxury ocean, river, and expedition cruising, the two-day conference programme will leave attendees feeling inspired and ready to conquer their next project.
Register for your complimentary pass HERE.
The UK has the second largest design industry in the world and is the largest in Europe and lighting is a vital aspect of the design industry and the design process.
To cater for this sector, LiGHT 22 is a curated, boutique lighting exhibition for specifiers and designers brought to you [d]arc media, publishers of arc and darc magazines, and the team behind the incredibly popular [d]arc awards and [d]arc sessions, with an in-depth knowledge of the lighting specification sector.
Held at the stunning Business Design Centre in Islington, London, LiGHT 22 will revive the lighting design and specification exhibition that has been lacking for too long.
The SBID Meet the Buyer is an interior design networking event curated to bring together world class Interior Designers, Architects and Specifiers with the most creative, advanced and design-led products from around the world. Inivting SBID’s extensive network of industry professionals, the esclusive one day annual event provides a dynamic and lucrative business environment carefully tailored to create, encourage and facilitate synergies that build key relationships within the interior design profession. Alongside dedicated, face-to-face meetings with interior designers and decision-makers, the event also features a series of topical industry-specific seminars to attend throughout the day.
SBID Members earn 10 x CPD Points for attending.
Design Shanghai is one of the world’s most prestigious international design events and Asia’s premier design event. Constantly breaking new ground, it has set a precedent in China’s ever-growing design community. Showcasing the best design brands and galleries from across the globe, Design Shanghai provides a unique and exciting platform to network and establish long-term business relations with Asia’s top architects, interior designers, property developers, retailers and private buyers.
Material Source Studio has opened its doors, offering architects and designers in the North West the opportunity to immerse themselves in ‘beautifully useful’ products and materials. CDUK is proud to announce its partnership with the Studio which will include a CDUK exhibition area showcasing a diversity of products including Corian® Solid Surface and the recently launched sustainable surface, PaperStone®.
CDUK is a leading supplier of surface materials and complementary products. With over 40 years’ experience the company understands customer needs and continues to provide design solutions based on market intelligence. Building on decades of product experience, CDUK understands the value of collaboration and working with fellow creative partners to take products directly to market. With an ambitious programme of growth and development, joining Material Source Studio shows how CDUK is diversifying and tapping into new audiences while continuing to provide high quality design products, expert training, and support.
Material Source Studio is the first of its kind in the UK, the 15,000sqft studio is situated in the Grade II listed Hanover Building in NOMA. Set across two levels, it features a wealth of inspirational exhibits and interactive displays from 35 leading brands operating in the commercial interiors and built environment sectors. It also includes an 60-seat theatre, a CPD area, a 300+ book library, 7 meeting spaces, a co-working hub and a podcast studio. Plus, an internal garden and a fully mature, 6-metre tree, spanning both floors.
The space is enhanced further with a seasonally-changing Gallery, opening with two exhibitions as part of the Material Source Studio Presents series. “From the Ground up: A preview” comprises a celebration of innovation in biomaterial development, and “Coo Birds by May Wild Studio” features the local studio’s signature Coo Bird sculptures, inspired by Manchester’s pigeon population.
Fusing the creative acumen of Darren Clanford with the operational experience of Michael Rogan, Material Source Studio was a venture born out of a fervent desire to support and champion the North West’s creative communities. The addition of David Smalley as commercial director bolstered the vast amounts of experience both Darren and Michael bring to the table.
“With Material Source Studio, we’ve had nothing but support from the design community of the North. And, for this, I can’t thank them enough. It’s kept us positive through a pretty tough transformation over the past two years.
“The Studio has been designed by the team at Material Source led by Darren, the partners and the A&D community. I’d like it to be used by everyone as a place to work, meet and, also, socialise. Something we’ve all missed lately.
“I personally can’t wait for the talk series we’ll be running in our Theatre space, especially the sessions focused on how we can influence the wellbeing of everyone who walks through our door. After being empty for almost 50 years, it will be great to see the Hanover Building alive again”, comments Michael Rogan, operations director and co-founder of Material Source Studio.
Vicki Richmond, Marketing Director, CDUK: “We are incredibly excited to be joining Material Source Studio as a partner. The space offers the perfect backdrop to showcase our offer and allows our customers to not only look at but also touch our products, something which has been very difficult over the course of the pandemic. For us, taking our products directly to our customers is essential to how we work, especially when supporting specifiers and architects and designers unlock their design potential.
Our exhibition pod at the Studio will be supplemented by events and workshops throughout the year which encourage learning and participation from our loyal existing customers and potential new ones.”
Best in the business: 35 built environment brands showcase their products to visitors Making up the Studio’s core offering are bespoke partner PODs – created by neighbouring design and build studio, Tim Denton – and showcasing paint, tiles, flooring and wallcoverings furniture, lighting and smart solutions, fabric, bathroom accessories, plants and acoustic panels.
In addition to the interactive PODs, products from all partners are featured in-situ throughout the space, offering further inspiration to visitors. The entire scheme has been developed by creative director, Darren Clanford, who carefully curated a unique ambience for every zone.
“When serving a design driven audience, it goes without saying that the interiors of Material Source Studio needed to be aspirational. Working with products and materials from the best built environment brands in the business allowed us to create a versatile palette of dynamic, on-trend schemes.
“Spanning a range of ‘zones’, from our 60-seat theatre, to the podcast studio, never-before-seen bespoke pieces from our partners are featured throughout, illustrating the extensive capabilities of each and every one”, comments Darren Clanford, creative director and co-founder of Material Source Studio on the design of the space.
The Studio’s opening hours are 10am – 6.30pm Monday to Friday (closed weekends and bank holidays), and it operates an open-door policy. Events will be advertised on materialsource.co.uk, where you can also find out more information on all partners.
CDUK is a supplier of surface materials and complementary products to the specification market in the UK and Ireland, including architects, interiors designers, kitchen designers, fabricators and contractors. Having built a strong reputation as the exclusive distributor of Corian® Solid Surface in the UK and Ireland, CDUK now offers an extended range of services as well as products from a number of leading brands.
We are a family owned business with over 40 years’ experience. We support our customers through a journey, as their design partner, from sourcing the best products and materials to helping them unlock their full potential through expert advice and technical knowledge. Our team of industry experts also provides technical advice, sampling and bespoke training courses for designers, manufacturers and fabricators.
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Cruise Ship Interiors Expo America (CSI) opens registration for 2022. The award-nominated exhibition reopens 7 – 8 June in the Miami Beach Convention Center, equipped with exciting new initiatives and ready to serve specific needs of the 2022 cruise ship interiors market.
The new-look CSI has tightly tailored its profile to the needs of the modern buyer and supplier, directly connecting the buyers with products and services they are looking for. There are six new vessel classes launching in the next two years, from cruise lines including Disney Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean, with sister ships scheduled into 2026. As cruise brands evolve their designs with next-generation cruise markets in mind, CSI offers a route to the future.
Cruise line buyers can sign up to all-new concierge tours, offering them a bespoke route around the designers, outfitters and suppliers they need to meet. CSI is also launching speed networking, matching buyers and suppliers and helping them cut to the heart of essential conversations. Other initiatives include sustainable and new product routes, sustainability workshops and breakout conference sessions.
CSI is bigger and even more focused in 2022; recognising the symbiotic nature of service and hospitality design, CSH has merged with CSI. Now, everything needed to deliver a successful cruise interior design project from start to finish can be found with CSI’s 300+ exhibitors (double the 2021 number).
Register for Cruise Ship Interiors Expo America before 1 April and receive the Newbuild Market report, plus save $100 registration fee.
With its emphasis on original and sustainable design, ICFF presents a broad range furnishing product for residential, contract and hospitality environments to an audience of 10,000 architects, interior designers, retailers, distributors, developers, and press. ICFF and the co-located WantedDesign Manhattan bring together over 300 established and emerging design brands from more than 25 countries.
On the show floor, attendees will also have opportunities to find inspiration through ICFF + WantedDesign Manhattan Talks, a focused lineup of panel sessions, keynote presentations, and intimate conversations led by the most iconic names in the industry. Furthermore, opportunities to widen professional networks are boundless. From organic meetings on the show floor to evening events, attendees and exhibitors join together to exchange business strategies while strengthening relationships in the design community.
[email protected] reaches higher than ever before with lofty ambitions to explore air and architecture when it returns to its physical format at London’s Truman Brewery for its 2022 edition.
Visitors are invited to attend and meet industry experts showing their innovations to the architecture and specifier markets, as well as partaking in the stellar line-up of talks for which the show is known. This unique two-day trade event focuses on architectural innovation. It includes free admission for trade visitors and complimentary catering throughout.
The event presents over 200 product innovations, selected by a judging panel of architects and interior designers, showcased in a unique lay-out. Some of the interesting features include a top-notch seminar programme, inspiring materials curation and a RIBA pop-up bookshop.
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