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Sharpen your skills
A curated virtual talks programme from leading industry figures to inform, instruct and impart invaluable insight. A chance to upskill and understand key issues facing the industry so that you come away feeling invigorated.
Design-led topics include how to become a sustainable brand, what makes a perfect kitchen and how to combat the lack of diversity within the industry.
House & Garden In Conversation With Susie Atkinson
Tuesday 17th November, 10:00 am
We sit down for an in-depth chat with esteemed interior designer, Susie Atkinson. Drawing upon over 20 years of experience, she is known for crafting exquisite interiors and spaces that indulge in all the senses. Hatta Byng, Editor of House & Garden, will be delving into Atkinson’s life, inspiration and past projects.
Encouraging Diversity In Design
Wednesday 18th November: 15:00pm
Sophie Ashby, Creative Director, Studio Ashby, Lester Bennett, President, BIID, Alexandria Dauley, Dauley Design, May Fawzy, Founder, MF Studio
In this panel discussion, chaired by BIID President Lester Bennett, designers Sophie Ashby, Alexandria Dauley and May Fawzy will discuss diversity in interior design. The panel will talk about the current landscape, explore how to encourage more young talent from diverse backgrounds into the industry and discuss how to develop a more diverse, inclusive and equitable UK interior design profession.
Back To Nature Is The Future
Thursday 19th November 14:00pm
Karen Haller, Founder, Karen Haller Colour & Design Consultancy, Nicola Keenan, Co-Founder & Director, Boxx Creative, Harry McKinley, Journalist & Hospitality Consultant, Olga Turner, Co-Founder, Ekkist
Decorex brings together three thought leaders in design, all of whom share the outlook that nature is fundamental for human health and happiness. Pushing us to understand the true meaning of ‘biophilia’, which is often misunderstood, the team of panellists debate the idea of design spaces having the ability to connect people with themselves, each other and nature.