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SURFACE DESIGN SHOW PREVIEW Surface Design Show 2019


Surface Design Show will take place at London’s Business Design Centre in February, giving a platform for architects, designers and specifiers to explore the best in interior and exterior surface materials, lighting design, development and innovation


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rom handcrafted surfaces to the latest technological advances in architectural lighting, Surface Design Show hosts over 150 exhibitors each year highlighting the very best in surface design. Returning exhibitors include Innerspace Cheshire, James Latham and Blueprint Ceramics. New to Surface Design Show are Reed Harris, producers of decorative tiles, wallpapers and paint, and the internationally recognised leather specialists, Wildman & Bugby. Surface Design Show 2019 also features some 40 talks from over 50 industry professionals, all designed to engage and inspire. The ‘Opening Night Debate’ returns at 6.30 pm on the first day of the show, Tuesday 5 February. Organised in association with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and New London Architecture (NLA) it will discuss whether factory-made housing can provide Londoners with better places to live. The panel will be chaired by Peter Murray of NLA, with Ben Derbyshire of HTA Design and RIBA president, Carl Vann of Pollard Thomas Edwards, and Hazel Rounding of ShedKM debating the topic ‘Factory-made Housing: is this the solution to building better homes long term?’ Returning for 2019 is the ever-popular ‘PechaKucha Evening’, hosted by Chris Dyson of Chris Dyson Architects on 6 February from 6.30 pm. Speakers include Nigel Ostime of Hawkins Brown, Soraya Khan of Theis and Khan Architects, Alex Scott-Whitby of ScottWhitbyStudio, Stuart Piercy of Piercy and Co, Simon Fraser of Hopkins Architects, Alison Brooks of Alison Brooks Architects, Lucia Berasaluce of Haptic Architects, and Ben Cousins of Cousins & Cousins Architects. Presenters will discuss ‘Identities and Boundaries: site specific responses to modern architecture’ in an “exciting and inspiring” format using 20 images, each discussed for 20 seconds. Since 2013 the show has hosted the ‘Surface Design Awards’, now recognised as


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one of the most respected events in the design calendar. The awards pick the best and most interesting exterior and interior surfaces for different sectors of design, including commercial, housing, light and surface, public building, retail, sustainable, and temporary structures.


The 2019 awards received entries from across Europe, the USA, Australia, China, Korea and India. The shortlist consists of an impressive 43 projects across seven categories including Blitz Club by Studio Knack and Simon Vorhammer; Morpheus Hotel by Zaha Hadid Architects; and Brunch With by MM Consulate. The Awards Presentation will take place on the morning of Thursday 7 February, at Surface Design Show. Tickets to the Presentation are available via the Surface Design Show website. Award partners include; James Latham, Finsa, Business Design Centre, Soluis and Roof Maker. ‘Surface Spotlight Live’, curated in collaboration by trend expert Sally Angharad and colour forecasters Colour Hive, will return to Surface Design Show 2019. ‘One of a Kind’ will aim to “inspire a kinder approach to design”. A series of thought-provoking and innovative products


The 2019 show includes some 40 talks by over 50 professionals from the industry, all designed to engage and inspire


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