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London Design Week 2019

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London Design Week 2019 at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is the design event for

With 120 exhibitors and over 600 international brands, view the
ultimate design collective. More than 100 experiences are taking place, with
creative excellence as the common thread running through it all. There are new
launches and designer collaborations; meet-the-designer sessions; artisan
demonstrations and expert guidance, unseen anywhere else. T

The return of
'Legends' sees showroom windows and showcases at their finest, expressing all
the sophisticated glamour of the prevailing mood in design. This year, it's all
about individual style so expect a cosmopolitan mix in the showrooms; layers of
vibrant colour, rich materials and eclectic points of inspiration that speak of
history, travel and craftsmanship. 

On the main stage, Conversations in Design
excels with a stellar line-up, while Workshops and Design Discovery Tours
expand on the show's upbeat mood. Specially commissioned places to eat and
drink complement the events programme and make Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour a
lively destination where influencers, tastemakers and the design community
comes together.


Conversations in Design talk hosted by Homes & Gardens

Sunday 10 March, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Design Heritage: Inspired by the past to re-imagine the future
TALK, First Floor, Design Centre East

Sharing a respect for our rich and enduring design heritage, three
internationally acclaimed designers explore how they are inspired to create
imaginative spaces for the world we live in today. Russell Sage, founder of
Russell Sage Studio fresh from his latest project restoring a Victorian lodge
in Braemar, Katharine Pooley whose eponymous design studio has worked on
landmark projects worldwide and Beata Heuman, a designer renowned for looking
at the past and to the future, talk to editorial director Sarah Spiteri about
how they fuse heritage and modernity.

in Design – Other Sessions

These carefully curated talks and panel discussions on the
main stage enable visitors to get top level insights from influential figures
as well as rising stars.

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are delighted that the BIID is also doing a Design Workshop:

12 March at 2.30pm



Interdesign UK,
Ground Floor, South Dome

In a rapidly
changing design industry, join BIID President Gilly Craft and chair of the BIID
CPD committee Claire Tull on why keeping up with the latest developments is so
important to design professionals. Find out why a commitment to continuing
professional development (CPD) is relevant and beneficial to strengthen your
business as a means to not only maintain your knowledge, but also to update
skills, engage with experts and exchange ideas on best practice.

This session is free
of charge

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