Design Sense

Experience four interactive areas explored sight, sound, smell and touch through displays embracing your design sense.

Decorex 2017

SOUND: LAMONT IN COLLABORATION WITH BOWERS & WILKINS

Technology company Lamont designed an open space to represent Sound. Passionate about high quality sound and recorded music, they collaborated with Bowers & Wilkins and furniture makers Rupert Bevan to create a relaxed space to sit and enjoy music.

Decorex 2017

SMELL: RACHEL VOSPER

Rachel recreated the workings of her Belgravia studio by displaying her latest collection and one-off crystal pieces whilst demonstrating the traditional way in which her candles are hand poured, giving guests an insight into some of the techniques and history of candle making.

Decorex 2017

TOUCH: COUNTRY LIFE IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CAMPAIGN FOR WOOL

Country Life collaborated with British Wool and three leading interiors brands  - Brintons, Roger Oates and Zoffany  -  to explore the tactile possibilities of wool to create a ‘Touch' feature area. The project celebrated the pivotal role that British Wool plays in classic and contemporary interiors. The magazine, which celebrates its 120th anniversary this year, commissioned photography of flooring and textiles alongside breeds, the fleece of which is used for interiors products.

Decorex 2017

SIGHT: TIM GOSLING AND FRIENDS

Tim Gosling created a ‘Sight Sensation’ environment, creating a working and creative drawing space. During the four days, Tim and a group of creative professionals were teaching a series of master classes on all aspects of drawing and visual creation including watercolour, pen and ink and iPad Pro.