• in[sight] Following the announcement of this year’s New Design Britain 2015 finalists, Inex talks to Progamme Curator Allie Little and judges Liam Butler and Dan Ziglam about the award scheme.


  • ex[rated] Following the unveiling of this year’s annual Serpentine pavilion, Inex takes a closer look over 15 years of this world-renowned series of temporary architectural creations.


  • in[spire] Once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Hever Castle is now home to nine new guest bedrooms.


  • ex[pose] Bespoke chandelier and lighting designer George Singer has taken chandelier design to new heights in a recent lighting installation named after the small bird, Starlings, for the multi-tenant office environment at 103 Wigmore Street in central London.


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New Design Britain, organised in partnership with May Design Series, is delighted to reveal its 2015 finalists. Shortlisted across 6 categories – Furniture, Accessories (in partnership with ACHICA), Surfaces, Fabrics, Architecture and Interior Design – 30 of the most talented student and graduate designers in the UK will now be invited to showcase their work at the entrance to the UK’s definitive interiors exhibition this spring.

Masterpiece London is delighted to announce its partnership with the UK’s leading children’s charity, the NSPCC, ahead of this year’s Masterpiece Fair.
Last week from the 10-12 February, London’s Business Design Centre saw more than 130 exhibitors, both national and international, congregate to inspire and delight with the latest surface design products.

2015 will see the first full-scale edition of UBM’s comprehensive interiors event, May Design Series, take place at London’s ExCeL from 17-19 May. Carefully ‘Curated for Business’, the show will welcome 500 exhibitors from across the world to the UK’s most commercially focused trade exhibition.

If you are a part of the furniture industry or you work with companies within it, don’t miss the opportunity to understand more about how industry standards are set, be confident that you are complying with relevant legislation and witness first-hand how furniture is tested and repaired.

Heal’s has announced its Heal’s Discovers 2015 Open Call to discover and launch the next generation of designers.

The Society of British and International Design (SBID) is delighted to announce the SBID Professional Indemnity Insurance scheme created for professional SBID accredited interior designers, architects and specifiers.

The all-new January Furniture Show has been declared a resounding success by delighted exhibitors and the organisers.

The Sustainable Design Book by Rebecca Proctor and published by Laurence King in April 2015 is a guidebook to ecologically-friendly design.

Young hopefuls have just three days left to enter the New Design Britain Awards, organised by UBM Live Built Environment in conjunction with leading interiors trade show May Design Series.

The three-day show at Birmingham's NEC opened its doors at 9am Tuesday January 13 2015 following an official opening by Stephen McPartland MP (Conservative, Stevenage, chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Furniture.

Sleep, the annual hotel design and development event which took place in London, 26th – 27th November, proved once again why it is considered to be in a league of its own by hotel designers, architects and senior industry executives.