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36 SURFACE DESIGN SHOW PREVIEW


the future holds for materials. Stone Gallery also returns for 2020, accompanied by the Stone Knowledge Hub, supported by the leading industry body Stone Federation GB, which will form a focal point for the event where architects and designers can interact with, and learn more about, specifying natural stone.


Light School is a key component of the


show, reflecting the fact that London is the world’s capital for lighting design specification. Here, leading manufacturers will demonstrate the relationship between light and surfaces, as well as showcasing the latest architectural lighting products and innovations in lighting technology. Light Talks, a series of sessions supported by the Institution of Lighting Professionals and collated by Rebecca Weir from Lightbout.IQ will underpin this knowledge sharing. The winners of the Surface Design


Awards will also be revealed during the two and half days. Architectural practices including Steven Holl Architects, Mikhail Riches, AECOM, WilkinsonEyre and Chris


Dyson Architects are among those shortlisted for the 2020 awards. These practices were shortlisted as they “exemplify creative use of surface materials and lighting.” There are 39 projects across 14 categories in total, from retail and public buildings to commercial projects and housing, including new categories in public realm and affordable housing for 2020. Demonstrating the truly international reach of the awards, now in their sixth year, projects on the shortlist spanned 13 countries from 34 different organisations, with emerging practices represented alongside established firms. The 2020 judging panel of industry experts is co-chaired by Paul Priestman from PriestmanGoode and Amin Taha from Groupwork. The remaining judges are Nikki Barton, British Airways; Sean Griffiths, Modern Architect; Charles Holland, Charles Holland Architects; Glenn Johnson, Collins Aerospace; Daniel Mota Veiga, KEF / GP Acoustics and Steve Webb, Webb Yates Engineers.


Tickets are free to professional and trade visitors. Register at www.surfacedesignshow.com/register


Modified LIGNIA timber on Stand 246 LIGNIA®


Mosaics on a roll offer inspiring design is ‘wood for life’, manufactured


by the award-winning LIGNIA Wood Company in Barry, Wales. LIGNIA is modified from FSC®


plantation softwood into a beautiful, durable timber that matches


hardwoods in appearance and performance (with a full suite of laboratory testing available on our website). It’s highly versatile and is used for decking, cladding, flooring, windows and doors, with a 50-year warranty against rot and decay. LIGNIA provides a beautiful and eco-friendly choice for the construction industry. Why use tropical hardwoods when there’s a sustainable alternative in this country?


01446 507077 www.lignia.com SURFACE DESIGN SHOW STAND NO 246


Marmox, synonymous with high-performance tiling preparation, waterproofing and insulating solutions for showers and wet rooms is launching a completely new innovative solution for tiling, Slicedstone Mosaics on a roll. Marmox will feature their latest innovation, Slicedstone Mosaics alongside their extensive portfolio of building board systems, tilebacker


boards, shower formers, and soundboard acoustic insulation boards at the Surface Design Show, stand number 240 at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London from 11-13 February 2020.


01634 835290 www.marmox.co.uk SURFACE DESIGN SHOW STAND NO 240


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