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100% DESIGN SHOW PREVIEW


100% Design: the innovation showcase


UK's largest design trade show returns to Olympia London on 20-23 September to dazzle with a global line-up of exhibitors and speakers united under the theme of ‘Elements’


N ow in its 23rd year, 100% Design


is the commercial cornerstone of the London Design Festival, showcasing leading national and international brands, manufacturers and designers across five design districts: Design and Build, Interiors, Workplace, Kitchens & Bathrooms and Emerging Brands. It remains the only design show in the UK with a dedicated section for Design & Build, catered for the architecture, construction and design community. Also the largest area of the show, it features a materials showcase, alongside the latest architectural innovations, and technological advancements, presented by prominent brands and suppliers. Many will launch new products and ranges at Olympia.


International exhibitors for 2017 include Sky-Frame, a world-leading Swiss sliding window system manufacturer


National & global presence


International exhibitors for 2017 include Sky-Frame, a world-leading Swiss sliding window system manufacturer, who will be launching their new Sky-Frame In-line support post, and Spanish building technology pioneers Robot Smart Buildings, whose latest innovation is the use of Gorilla Glass as a control panel for room functions such as lighting, climate, access, and other features.


UK-based exhibitors include rainscreen ADF SEPTEMBER 2017


cladding manufacturer Domus Facades, who will launch a new support system at 100% Design, and London-based commercial floor and wall tile supplier Grestec Tiles, which is displaying its Diesel Living collaboration which explores five moods with aged fabrics, ceramic tiles and glass. Responding to a growing demand for homes and buildings that demonstrate harmony with the natural world, green systems specialist Mobilane UK is also presenting a range of living walls. Exhibiting for the first time at 100%


Design, Interwall Flooring will present its unique Timbertherm wooden flooring, which incorporates a smart underfloor heating system, alongside other new products. They are joined by leading Italian electric power solution developer Vimar Spa, who will be showcasing their new “total look” Eikon control plates at the show. Across the hall from Design & Build, Interiors is the longest running section at 100% Design, presenting prestigious international brands with products ranging from furniture and lighting to fabrics and accessories. This year Mullan Lighting will launch a new range of lights for hotels and contract furniture supplier Andy Thornton will launch new workstations, hospitality furniture and decorative lighting.


Also nearby is Emerging Brands, a dedicated platform for the freshest new ideas, reflecting the show’s role as the launchpad for design world stalwarts such as Ella Doran, Tom Dixon and Barber Osgerby. Joining in 2017 is Odddot, who will launch new furniture and lighting products, and TMI Laura Itkonen, who will launch several new wall art products.


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Many exhibitors will launch new products and ranges at the show


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