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ONE-TO-ONE KIT KEMP FIRMDALE HOTELS


Interior designer Kit Kemp MBE has been creating exciting and unique interiors for almost three decades, in particular with her work as Owner and Design Director for Firmdale Hotels which include The


Soho, Covent Garden and Charlotte Street hotels in London and Crosby Street Hotel in New York. Kit is internationally acclaimed for her individual and original approach to interiors and her own idea of arranging spaces with a carefree and colourful spirit.


Kit’s work has been recognised with prestigious awards such as Homes and Garden’s Interior Designer of the Year (2011) among many others. In 2012 Kit published her fi rst book called A Living Space which is a vibrant, inspiring personal voyage through the many spaces she has designed.


SILVIO URSINI


BULGARI HOTELS & RESORTS Silvio Ursini is Bulgari’s Executive Vice President, Bulgari Hotels & Resorts Division. He is also an entrepreneur, being the Founder and President of Obika’ Mozzarella Bar, a chain of Italian Restaurants with


18 units worldwide. From 1989 to 2009 he was at the luxury goods company Bulgari. Brand Image as Creative Director. Prior to that he worked for Jaques Seguela’ in advertising and for Procter & Gamble in consumer goods marketing.


MELINDA STEVENS CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER UK


Melinda Stevens has most recently joined Condé Nast Traveller as Editor. For the past seven years Melinda has been Travel Editor of Tatler, where her monthly travel pages and annual 250 page hotel and travel supplement have been widely admired by readers and throughout the industry. During her tenure, Tatler’s annual travel awards ceremony at The Ritz has become a glamorous highpoint of the industry year, drawing the great and the good of the travel world.


Having begun her career at Vogue, as runner-up in the Vogue Talent Competition, Melinda Stevens subsequently worked as Features Editor of Tatler, and as a journalist and columnist for The Sunday Times, The Daily Mail, The Evening Standard, and Style Magazine. She also worked on the start-up of the digital site PeopleNews.com.


Condé Nast Traveller has several editions globally. The fi rst edition of the magazine was launched in the United States in 1987, and in addition to the US and UK editions, Condé Nast Traveller is published in Italy, Spain, India and Russia.


CHRISTOPHER SANDERSON THE FUTURE LABORATORY


Christopher Sanderson is co-founder of The Future Laboratory, where he is responsible for delivering the company’s extensive global roster of conferences, media events and in-house briefi ngs. Clients include Louis Vuitton, Design Hotels, the Ministry for Tourism, Australia, and Women’s Wear Daily’s CEO Summits.


Chris has a monthly column in UK luxury bible The Luxury Briefi ng, and was previously contributing style editor at British Esquire. Before co-founding The Future Laboratory, he was UK Communications Director for surfwear brand Quiksilver, and a lecturer in visual communication at the University of the Arts in London.


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