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30 SURFACE DESIGN SHOW PREVIEW


Light is a vital partner to surface design, changing interior and exterior surfaces dramatically


supported by Stone Federation GB, the first Stone Gallery attracted exhibitors from Europe and beyond, all looking to link up with the international architects and designers that make London the worlds’ design hub. Light is a vital partner to surface design, changing interior and exterior surfaces dramatically. Now in its fifth year, Light School, presented by Light Collective and supported by the Institution of Lighting Professionals, will help attendees discover the best of new lighting design and learn about the important partnership between surface and light.


On the third day of the show, Thursday


8 February, the Surface Design Awards will take place. The awards recognise and celebrate outstanding examples of progressive design and the use of innova- tive surfaces in projects, both in the UK and internationally. Divided into interior and exterior categories there are 13 awards across seven different categories. Each project is judged on a range of crite- ria including the type of surface, the use of materials and aesthetic design. In 2018 over 200 exhibitors will highlight the very best in surface design. Returning exhibitors include V4 Wood Flooring, Rimex Metals and Grestec Tiles who will be launching Graficco porcelain tiles, which take inspiration from the architectural grid style. The collection is available in a total of 29 stunning neutral and vibrant shades. Whilst new exhibitors include Bolton Textiles, Daedalian Glass and SoundSpace who design creative acoustics.


Registration to attend the event is now live – visit www.surfacedesignshow.com to register.


James Latham returns for SDS2018


James Latham returns to London’s Surface Design Show in February, where once again it will be showcasing one of the biggest and most varied collections of interior and exterior surface solutions in the UK. This year Lathams will be featuring a number of exciting new products and range additions for 2018 and as well as its usual stand on the ground level (208) it will also be utilising its permanent Product Specification Showroom which is on the Gallery level of the Business Design Centre at Suite 301. Chris Sutton, Managing Director of James Latham commented, “The Surface Design Show focuses on the latest trends and developments in surface solutions, connecting these materi- als with an audience of architects, specifiers and designers so it is the perfect platform for us.” This year, products on Latham’s stand will include; Abet Laminati, Garnica, Egger, Kronospan, XyloCleaf, Valchromat, Accoya, LG HI-MACS, KYDEX and UPM ProFi composite decking plus an exclusive new product launch will be announced with veneer supplier Decospan.


0116 257 3415 www.lathamtimber.co.uk SURFACE DESIGN SHOW STAND NO 208


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