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Friday 26th May 2017


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New Members

BIID welcomes new members in April and May

Registered Interior Designer

Wan Zainal Abidin, WaMa Designs, Brunei Darussalam –

Paul Jones, Rigby & Rigby Ltd, Stratford-Upon-Avon –

Tom Shelley, Bowman Riley Architects, Leeds -


Rosie Berry, The Boathouse Studio, Hampshire -

Charlotte Kelshall, Le Page Architects, Plymouth -

Amanda Neilson, Amanda Neilson Interiors, London –

Provisional Associates

Emma Carter, Knightly Interiors, London

Kate Morris, 102 Interiors, London -

Dee Dashwood, Berkhamsted

International Dual Member

Maria Mironenko, Marion Studio, Russia -
Inna Soltmann, Inna Soltmann Interiors -

Industry Partner

Coleccion Alexandra INT S.L., Spain

Contact: Lorena Queral

Tel: +34964513451



 Coleccion Alexandra is a Spanish family-run company with a clear international focus, dedicated to the design and manufacture of high-end exclusive furniture, with an interior design team boasting 40 years’ experience in the execution of numerous varied projects worldwide. The company currently offers more than 2.000 references featuring classic and contemporary pieces, making it one of the largest and most original collections in the world. Apart from furniture, the company also provides bath collections, lighting, textiles, rugs and artwork, also offering a bespoke service to tailor its designs to clients´ needs.


Carlisle Brass Ltd

Contact: Amanda Wharton

Tel: 01228 511770



Carlisle Brass have been established since 1986.   We pride ourselves in designing and developing a complete range of architectural ironmongery for the UK and International market place.  Our dedicated product development team are committed to looking at new designs to keep up to date with future trends, we invest into a trend forecasting company to help us do this.  Carlisle Brass have state of the art equipment from cad packaging to 3D printing which helps our customers to visualise their ideas.

Craig & Rose

Contact: Phil White

Tel: 07900 918917



Founded in 1829, Craig & Rose is the oldest independent paint manufacturer in the UK. Craig & Rose manufacture a range of Authentic Period Colours - faithfully reproduced from historic colour archives. Many landmark buildings and structures around the UK, like St Pauls’ Cathedral, The Royal Scottish Academy (RSA), Longleat House, the Brighton Pavilion and perhaps most notably, the Forth Bridge, repeatedly appear in the historic purchase ledgers.

Laurameroni Srl

Contact: Franco Bizzi

Tel: 07714 675590



Laurameroni Design Collection is an Italian company, which realizes luxury design furniture for residential and public spaces. Laurameroni has successfully outlined its own physiognomy within the crowded world of design, realizing products and solutions for customers who look for furnishings with strong personality, in a perfect balance between art and design.

Cadogan Tate London Ltd

Contact: Graham Enser

Tel: 020 7819 6600



Cadogan Tate provides logistical services to Interior Designers both in the UK and Worldwide. Having offices in London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles & Miami we are well positioned to meet the requirements that large scale international residential and commercial projects demand. We know that a reliable efficient partner is vital in maintaining a designers professional reputation and is why Cadogan Tate was founded on a single-minded promise guiding everything we do and setting us apart from our competitors - Everything handled with care.



Contact: Frederik Flament

Tel: +32 (0)



JORI, founded in 1963, is a Belgian company that is specialised in high-quality and contemporary leather seating furniture. The company seamlessly merges advanced technology and modern design in order to guarantee the highest possible comfort to its customers. In addition, JORI works together with renowned designers such as Jean-Pierre Audebert, Christophe Giraud, Verhaert New Products & Services, Pocci+Dondoli, David Fox, Hugo de Ruiter and Cuno Frommherz, who stand for timeless design quality.

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