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What to Expect at London Design Week 2018

What if the best of design was all in one place at one time?

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Design Centre Chelsea Harbour will be home to the London Design week 2018 this March for six days only.

An unmissable event for those who want the inside track on the latest design ideas….

London Design Week 2018

London Design Week 2018

Spring 2018’s unmissable interiors event celebrates the new season of design whilst going above and beyond the current passing trends. The week long occasion will see powerful design professionals conversing with established makers and style-seekers in talks, panel discussions and workshops.

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Come face to face with brand new imaginative talent and find yourself surrounded by 100 immersive experiences and several bespoke food and drink pop ups.

‘Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour has become known for its strong curated events. London Design Week 2018 promises a magical combination of design encounters and ways to connect with 600+ leading brands, unseen anywhere else, all contributing to the many elements which will make this an unmissable week’ – Claire German, Managing Director

Wander around and search out some skill through the maze of 120 exhibitors presenting their creations from around the world. Head over to Legends to see international tastemakers of design and decoration, art, fashion and architecture come together to transform showroom windows and showcases. Collaborations will include Gert Voorjans with Jim Thompson, Gavin Houghton with Tissus D’Hélène, Nina Campbell with Summit Furniture, and more.

London Design Week 2018

A line up of international creators will appear on the main stage to share inside knowledge with the public at the Conversations in Design series. Speakers include, Martin Brudnizki, Martin Hulbert, Jay Grierson, Lord Snowdon, Sophie Ashby, Hubert Zandberg and many more. Grab some mouth-watering food and drink to re-charge that creative brain of yours from North Dome restaurant and South Dome Delhi or grab a coffee and sandwich to go from East London’s specialty coffee connoisseurs, Perky Blenders.

Be prepared to set sail and discover gems on each floor of the Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour this March.

London Design Week will run from 4-9 March. For more information visit dcch.co.uk.

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