May Design Series
Day 1 Session 12:15
Recipe for Success...how to avoid a lighting design 'kitched nightmare' by using the right ingredients
16:15 Day 2
11:15 12:15 13:15 14:15
What's the Deal with the Green Deal?
Colour and materials in Architecture
Future Lifestyle: Retail
Super Global Color and Materia ISG (name TBC)
Business Briefing: How to start your own practice
Urban design: kitchens and bathrooms for smaller spaces
Gallery Lighting: does LED destroy masterpieces?
Design on the Edge sponsored by DE Magazine
Future work: the next gen office
Future work: evolving product design
15:15 Analog vs Digital 16:15 What Developers Want 17:30 Day 3
09:15 10:15 11:15
12:15 13:15 14:15
Business Briefing: Marketing for Architects
Design in today's economy
Hotel Lighting with the Wow Factor
Changing the role of the lighting designer
Future Home: How switched on is the future home?
Future Home: Changing role of the kitchen and bathroom
Future Cities: Designing Apartments for an Overcrowded World
Leanne Tritton, ING Media; Vanessa Brady, SBID
Andy Davies to chair: Roger Kyme (Ripples), Tony Nicholas (Nicholas Anthony)
Peter Veale, Firefly Lighting Design
Our leading PR experts, who represent big names in the design and interiors industries, detail how best to communicate via print, broadcast and social media platforms.
Indulge yourself with this insight into hi-spec kitchens and bathrooms. Draw inspiration from the top table as success here can and will be replicated down the value chain..
Good lighting design is a vital component of hospitality environments, with different requirements needed in bars, circulation spaces and bedrooms. Peter Veale gives a detailed account of good design in successful hotels and restaurants.
Keith Bradshaw, Speirs & Major
Vanessa to chair: Christopher Knowlton (lighting)
Martin Allen-Smith to chair: Thomas Johansson (Electrolux), Geoff Wickett (Hansgrohe), Maurizio Severgnini; Tim Farmiloe (Farmiloe & Farmiloe)
Chair: Richard Heap; Savills UK
Speirs & Major have lit up several iconic museums, malls, airports and bridges around the globe. Principal Keith Bradshaw outlines the potential on offer for clients that make world-class lighting a priority.
While commercial and public sector organisations have driven the adoption of lighting innovations such as LEDs, how have homeowners reacted to the latest lighting trends? Our panel looks at the likely future trends for intimate domestic settings.
We've brought some of the biggest names in household fixtures and equipment together to discuss the likely impact of tomorrow’s technology and how it will affect the function of kitchens and bathrooms in the future.
Cities all over the globe are facing a population problem, which some leaders are trying to solve by making living spaces smaller. This panel session will discuss “micro-apartments” as a potential solution to overcrowding, touching on the legal and safety hurdles this style of apartment presents, and how to overcome those; as well as the commercial opportunities present for designers and furniture manufacturers in a world where the rooms are getting smaller.
Future Cities: Meeting at Street Level
Chair: Richard Heap; Patricia Brown, Central London Partnership; Paula Hirst, Mazars; John Dales, Urban Movement
Cities all over the world are rethinking the way their streets are designed, largely to rectify the fact that streets have historically been designed for cars, not people; and to improve the overall sustainability and liveability of the city. Consider London, for example, which has recently set forth its plan to overhaul its streets to better favour cyclists. As more cities follow this path (and they will), what design and architectural challenges and opportunities are presented in a world where the car is no longer first priority?
Use of sonic design to transform interaction with a place
Amanda Bailieu, BD magazine
Philippa Turrell to chair: Russell Buckley, Stuart Irving)
Roger Sexton, Xicato and Mark Sutton-Vane, Sutton-Vane Associates
Hugh Broughton, Christina Seilern (Seilern Studio), Tomas Rousek (A-ETC)
Shane Kelly (TP Bennett), Simon Allford (AHMM) Benjamin Koslowski (RCA) Katy Ghahremani and Tracey Wiles (Make Architects)
George Miller-Ramos (Gensler) Mark Catchlove (Herman Miller) Leo Schouten (PROOFF)
Peter Earle, Philips Lighting LED guru and Paul Nulty, lighting designer extraordinaire discuss, debate and deliberate lighting design, light source technologies and the current state of the industry.
Chair: Tom Broughton. Michael Steinle (BSH); Graham Jones (Mereway); Tim Pollard (Wolseley)
With a fantastic line up of seminars across the 3 days, we have everything you need to know to make sure you attend the right one for you…
Here's your chance to see lighting gurus Peter Earle and Paul Nulty discuss, debate and deliberate on their favourite topics. They will touch on lighting design, light source technologies and the current state of the industry.
Green measures are all about the building envelope and renewables right? Wrong! The Green Deal leaves no domestic stone unturned. We look at its impact on the property market and the implications for the KBB sector.
Sensory design - the colours and the shapes are controlling you. How architects employ colour and materials in a calculated manner to create identity, define space and heighten an experience of a building.
Luxury retail marques have allocated phenomenal resources to flagship stores in London. We explore how opulent environments drive these brands forward.
Supremely well-informed and well-connected, BD Editor Amanda Baillieu has seen many architects go it alone. She imparts lessons learnt from the best . . . and worst start-ups.
The session, in memory of independent KBB designer Marion John, will discuss the problems and solutions of providing fully equipped kitchens or bathrooms in smaller spaces.
Art galleries are the ultimate light-sensitive environments. Xicato and Sutton-Vane dedicate themselves to making or applying LEDs to large cultural spaces around the world; find out what happens when they light up exhibitions for the public.
This session will take you to the moon and back via the South Pole. Three pioneers send in postcards from the edge, showing the extraordinary work British practices have done for equatorial Africa, Antarctica and the Moon (and Mars)
Technology, media and telecoms companies are rejecting drab and standardised office environments. Several leading workplace designers and experts explain how the 21st century office is changing for the better.
The worlds of the built environment and product design intersect in this fascinating seminar. Leading practitioners from the US and Europe show how much interior design benefits from a deep understanding of product detail.
100,000 years of analog and less than 50 years of digital. Analog was material and digital is immaterial so what will happen to our material world? How will it catch up to our digital age? How will design inform this change, and adapt to a generation of digital natives?)
Chair: Mike Phillips. Finchatton; Christopher Murray (Ridgeford) Martyn Evans (Cathedral)
Musicity; Ab Rogers
The newly-installed Editor of Property Week, Mike Phillips discusses the design imperative with a panel of up-and-coming developers. Famed for their commercial, residential and regenerative work, these developers demand a lot from the design industry.
London has been the source of the world's greatest rock and pop music; now Musicity marries the urban landscape to music as never before, before taking ambient to its logical conclusion.
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