LuxuryMade, a new show dedicated to contemporary decorative interiors, will make its debut as a sister show to 100% Design. The new event will be staged alongside 100% Design, close to the new site of the Design Museum.
The latest offering from the growing design district of West Kensington, LuxuryMade is looking to be one of the most exciting industry launches in recent years. The show will select top designers and manufacturers to demonstrate the highest quality craftsmanship available in the luxury interior design market. Expect to see a variety of crossover pieces for executive and lounge areas and luxurious home offices.
Tree Couture (above)
British furniture maker Tree Couture uses solid, hand-selected premium-grade hardwood to produce sustainable furniture that combines craftsmanship with modern design and engineering. The company’s ever-growing limited edition collection of statement pieces for the executive office are all designed and handcrafted in a former Victorian dairy in north London.
Studio 198’s bespoke panels use layers of resin and an aluminium substrate to create striking wall coverings that can be used in hospitality and commercial settings to create an impressive first impression for guests and clients. Produced in the company’s London studio, the panels are hand decorated in a variety of materials and finishes and can be produced in almost any shape, colour and scale, to add character to an office or to establish different areas.
Profiled in our seating supplement in September’s issue of OnOffice, Sebastian Blakeley is a designer whose objective is to establish a balance between line and proportion. Inspired by Italian design, his luxury and commercial products are tactile and timeless, combining a rich blend of materials.
Julia von Werz
Architect turned designer Julia von Werz launched her practice JVW in 2005. Architecture and furniture design lie at the core of the practice’s output – with a unique collection of tables, beds, sofas, chaises and lamps. JVW works with distinctive materials including woods sourced from old farms, riverbeds and former workshops.
Cassina has been a pioneer in furniture design since 1927. Working alongside architects and designers from various different backgrounds, the company continues to produce striking and unique designs. Cassina forms its designs around traditional craft-making skills and is internationally renowned for its carpentry.
Hamilton Conte Paris
Hamilton Conte Paris presents high-end furniture that draws inspiration from the diverse backgrounds and complementary talents of its founders Ross Hamilton Englisbe and Fabian Pellegrinet Conte – with influences from the Americas, Scandinavia and Paris as well as the design movements of the 1950s and 70s. The Hamilton Conte collection includes furniture, seating, lighting and accessories.
LuxuryMade, a new show dedicated to contemporary decorative interiors, will make its debut as a sister show to 100% Design this month