Published on : Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Last month in London, the luxury interiors show Decorex International celebrated the theme of the Future of Luxury. The show attracted 12,875 visitors who were among the first to see new collections exhibited from more than 400 companies.
Decorex International was chosen by Bert & May Spaces to launch big box. Visitors came pouring to see this display of future of modular living. Another highlight was Material Lab where a showcase was put up by 14 design studios to demonstrate the latest techniques in luxury surface design. Lending support to the Campaign for Wool, Decorex joined hands with Homes & Gardens to create a wool trail throughout the fair.
Important players of the design industry including Nigel Coates, Lucia van der Post, Guy Goodfellow and Libby Sellers pledged their support for the show as Decorex launched its inaugural Patrons Panel. Nigel Coates, Decorex patron, says: “Decorex was rocking this year. Its foray into the world of luxury seemed to bring out the best in the exhibitors.”
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