(UK) – Decorex returns to Olympia this October with new product launches and collection presentations for the luxury interiors market.
Uniting the interior design community for 43 years, one of Europe’s leading high-end interior design show Decorex announces that it will return to Kensington’s Olympia London this autumn.
Returning for a four-day exhibition, Decorex will run from 10-13 October, shortly followed by a virtual event, Decorex Virtual, which will feature all exhibitors from the live show across three days from 16-18 November. With a portfolio of the best names in luxury design and interiors, Decorex brings together trade buyers and manufacturers and is the premier platform for key designers and suppliers to connect with new and familiar faces, whilst discovering and nurturing new talent and future trends.
Decorex’s carefully curated pool of high-end luxury brands will use the show as a platform to launch its new collections. Along with many other brands launching new material, Original BTC will be launching its new Pebble pendant, hand crafted in Stoke-on-Trent, and Pooky will display its product launches from over the past year, a highlight being its English Garden collection created in collaboration with Matthew Williamson.
Visitors will also be able to discover the best of contemporary craft in the UK today at Decorex favourite Future Heritage, curated by renowned applied arts and design critic and journalist, Corinne Julius. Pairing traditional craftsmanship skills with contemporary design, this year’s Future Heritage will showcase undiscovered talent working across an extensive variety of craft disciplines from blacksmithing to digital. Talent this year includes Frances Pinnock, Adam Nathaniel Furman, Kate Maestri, Anna Ray and Moritz Waldemeyer to name a few.
Each year Decorex hosts a thought-provoking talks programme with some of the biggest and brightest industry experts discussing the most pressing topics in design including Laura Hammett, Lee Broom, Ray Clarke, Nick Hornby and Suzy Hoodless plus many more. Available live at the event and then on-demand at Decorex Virtual (online from November 16-18), this year’s talks programme is set to inspire and inform.
“We can’t wait to bring the interior design community back together again in October. It’s great to see confidence returning to the market and as brands are signing up, we are working hard to make sure that this year’s Decorex is the show we’ve all been waiting for, where you can do business but also celebrate design!” Sam Fisher, Event Director.