May Design Series is an important event in the Interior Design area and it is going to take place at ExCeL London, from 19th May until the 21st.
The aim is to provide a space where Design Lovers can have a pleasant time, enlarging their culture, exchanging ideas and most of all, a place to push the commercial business of 2013.
The concept is simple: four different and separate events “combined to serve the broad sourcing needs of the London-based interior design, property, architectural and retail communities”.
This four co-located design trade events have their own particularity.
The ARC Show will focus in lighting products, showing the best examples of architectural and decorative lighting design.
Interiors LDN is targeted to every interior designer, retailer or architect, who would like to enrich their knowledge about the area and have a better notion about what already exists on the market. There everyone will be able to be in touch with well-known brands such as Boca do Lobo and Lazerian.
Kbb LDN is mostly focused in kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms. It’s a peculiar industry but where you can find amazing and successful solutions.
Last but not less, DX brings to us an enormous range of interior design solutions, making our daily and domestic activities more agreeable. The aim is to turn the future and abstract ideas into the present reality. DX has some referenced partners like Neville Brody and Scholten & Baijings.
Andrew Vaughan, UBM Brand Director, commented about the event:
“We are thrilled to be offering the industry a full spectrum of design shows, each one tailored to fit an industry niche. With London stepping up its game to compete with other European shows, the May Design Series will provide a truly customised offering to potential exhibitors around the UK and Europe. We have been working very hard to bring this portfolio to fruition and are very excited to move into an exciting 2013.”
This will be the first time that London design appreciators will have the opportunity to see the new designs as soon as they are launched and to contact in first hand with interior designers from all around the world.