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SURFACE DESIGN SHOW PREVIEW


Getting ‘Closer to Home’ with surface material innovation


The Surface Design Show will showcase the best in innovative surface design, manufacturing and development at London’s Business Design Centre in February, putting the focus on the on-trend topic ‘Close to Home’


N


ow in its 15th year, the Surface Design Show is claimed by its organisers to be a must-visit for


architects, designers and specifiers looking for material inspiration from the UK and around the world. As well as over 180 exhibitors, visitors can also enjoy a packed speaker programme of around 30 presentations from 50 speakers across the purpose-built stages, including the Opening Night Debate and the PechaKucha evening, which will be hosted by Phil Coffey of Coffey Architects. Speakers this year include the following: • Daniel Campbell, director at Stiff + Trevillion Architects


• Luke Tozer, director at Pitman Tozer Architects


• Joe Morris, founding director of Morris+Company


• Richard Wilson RA, a renowned sculptor known for his “interventions in architectural space”


• Jerry Tate, partner at Tate Harmer • Faye Davies, principal at Burrell Foley Fischer


• Stella Ioannou, director of Lacuna.


The event’s ‘Close to Home’ theme will look beyond aesthetics and into manufacturers’ impact on the environment – from the processes used in mining or manufacture, through to the carbon footprint sustained during sales and distribution. ‘Designing with a conscience’ will also be examined, from reusing waste materials to looking at what happens at the end of a product’s life cycle. As well as established brands, the Surface Design Show is dedicated to promoting up-


and-coming designers in the materials sector with its New Talent section, curated by creative director at Trendease International, Jennifer Castoldi. Some of the exhibitors include West by Design Limited which features hand painted, artisan wallpaper inspired by the rugged and North Yorkshire countryside; and Studio Gilles Werbrouck, a high-end textile studio creating unique handmade pieces focusing on innovative ways to present knitted textiles in the interior.


Surface Spotlight Live is a section of the


show, which is wholly focused on the ‘Close to Home’ theme. Curated by trend expert Sally Angharad and forecasters Colour Hive, the exhibit will take a look at what


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