The festival will explore the theme ‘Material Matters’ with a range of events from exhibitions and installations to talks, tours and the Design NOW symposium.
The British Furniture Manufacturers (BFM) are hosting a seminar for its members to examine the trade implications of exiting the EU, from 10am to 1pm followed by lunch.
A series of full-scale installations by ECAlab will explore the future use of ceramics and technology in architecture.
A recent Scottish addition to the Handmade portfolio.
The show presents a showcase of properties from around the world, including seminar sessions providing insight into buying overseas properties.
Design and craft fair situated in a converted church north of London’s West End.
Christie’s are presenting a section of 20th century design in three major auctions: Design; Historical Design, and the private collection of world-renowned couturier Wolfgang Joop.
Olympia hosts this now established event aimed at independent upscale hoteliers.
Curated by Tony Chambers, editor-in-chief of Wallpaper magazine, this auction is dedicated to exploring how leading designers have employed materials in new and cutting-edge ways.
Up to 100 mid-century and modern furniture dealers in this school designed by one of the 20th century’s leading architects.
One of four shows around the UK, the Handmade show returns to Kew for the third time.
The 34-lot auction covers painting, design, photography and metallurgy from Bauhaus artists such as Wassily Kandinsky, Mies van de Rohe and Marcel Breuer.
Two of the UK’s leading annual fairs for contemporary art attract a mix of creative professionals and the general public.
Three times a year this fair offers professional decorators and designers access to unusual antiques and products for interiors.
This well-established international fair occupies its usual location in Berkeley Square with around 60 galleries exhibiting 20th century art and design.
A selling exhibition of over 50 ceramicists from around the UK.
This is the first exhibition to examine the global reach of Californian design. The exhibition charts the journey from 1960’s counterculture to tech culture in today’s Silicon Valley.
The exhibition showcases 500 exhibitors from 28 countries, including independent UK designers alongside country pavilions over the four days.
The show is back in Kings Cross and will expand this year with the addition of Cubitt Park. It includes a programme of installations, retail experiences, events and workshops.
Returning to Olympia London, the exhibition features five sections: interiors, workplace, kitchens, bedrooms & bathrooms, design & build and emerging brands.
Over 600 brands in 120 showrooms within the centre participate in the show with international launches and events taking place.
Somerset House presents an exhibition of international and UK designers whose work challenges boundaries.
The V&A will house a broad range of installations and displays around the museum, as well as a programme of events including talks, tours and workshops.
Returning for its 15th year, LDF takes place across venues and institutions within the capital to celebrate and promote UK and international design.
More than 100 events are scheduled for three weeks of design in the Belgian capital.
An annual exhibition of highest quality bespoke design and craftsmanship, displaying the work of around 70 designer-makers.
Art and antiques, with an emphasis on interiors, at this popular fair held at Westonbirt House.
Over 1,000 brands exhibit at this design show with five key product areas: design-led gifts, gifts, jewellery & fashion, home & interiors and greetings & stationery.
Dozens of well-known and branded companies exhibit at this well-established event.
30 contemporary designers, artists and makers have created or contributed objects with extra ordinary stories or suggested playful and surprising modifications to familiar objects.
Over 160 exhibitors at this leading art, antiques and design fair present collectors’ items from antiquities to classic cars.
Designer Hella Jongerius presents an installation-based exhibition taking a deeper look at the way colour behaves.
This is the UK’s leading showcase of design graduates from art and design courses across the UK.
One of the UK’s most popular art and antiques fair, featuring over 50,000 pieces and 160 specialist dealers.
One of the antiques world’s best-known fixtures, from fine antique furniture to delicate ceramics, this fair boasts up to 1,700 stalls and is only one hour from London.
Art and design graduates from university courses across the UK exhibit at The Old Truman Brewery. Design week 15-19 June. Interiors and architecture from 13-17 July.
Discover a wide selection of outdoor sculpture at this specialist event.
Now in its 12th year, around 50 dealers will be selling decorative textiles, lace, fine linen, tapestries, quilts and tribal artefacts.
The fair showcases over 200 UK designer makers with events, workshops, activities and entertainment on offer.
The new one day conference organised by BIID, offering attendees a programme of talks, panels and case studies, the speakers will share knowledge, practical skills and best practice. Studio subscribers who are not BIID members can benefit from a 10% discount on the non-member ticket price (both at Early Bird rate and Full Price). To buy a ticket, please email email@example.com with STUDIO10 in the subject line, or use this code to book online here.
This years theme explores ‘memory’ through a celebration of architectural, experimentation, thinking and practice.
For three days British and international design companies celebrate design and architecture in one of London’s most creative quarters.
Pulse is a UK boutique trade event offering gifts, modern living and fashion accessories.
Strawberry Hill House’s famous Georgian Gothic revival architecture is the setting for this event featuring exhibitors alongside talks, demonstrations, tastings and consultations.
Now in its third year, this five-day event includes over 130 events across the city.
Every aspect of the home is included here including features such as the Grand Tech Hub, Kevin McCloud’s Green Heroes and the RIBA House of the Year.
Returning for its 12th edition, the show features stone from all over the world for flooring, cladding, kitchens, bathrooms etc, it also includes related products and services.
The new conference and exhibition focuses on the use of materials during all stages of architecture and construction, it includes a full conference and CPD seminar programmes.
An exhibition that celebrates the life and work of the influential post-war designer, focusing on nature as a source of inspiration throughout her career.
The Heals Modern Craft Market returns with the theme ‘Craft in the Capital’, featuring artisans and craftspeople showcasing work, holding demonstrations and workshops.
The spring outing for this thrice-yearly specialist event. A favourite for design professionals looking to source unusual antiques, original 20th century designs and works of art with around 140 exhibitors.
The 56th edition of arguably the world’s most influential furniture fair. This year also includes EuroLuce for lighting, Workplace 3.0 for office design, as well as the 20th outing for SaloneSatellite, all at the Rho Fiera site plus a vast array of events around the city.
As part of the First Open, South Kensington, Post-War and Contemporary Art auction, Christies has collaborated with The New Craftsmen and Southern Guild to exhibit and auction selected contemporary art, craft and design pieces.
A four-day fair, CADA (Cotswolds Antique Dealers Association) attracts over 4,000 visitors with a wide range of dealers exhibiting pieces from the UK and internationally.
Keith and Mark from Mini Moderns discuss the development of the brand from its launch in 2006 to today.
The second BCFA OPEN spring design event showcases over 35 BCFA members, with guest speakers and new products.
The annual trade-only showcase features French craftsmen that have worked on prestigious projects worldwide.
Leading galleries from around Europe and beyond show high-end furniture, decorative arts and design. This year the focus is on raising the profile of primitive art for collectors.
An exhibition focusing on Japanese domestic architecture from the end of the Second World War to the present, highlighting some of the most striking examples of modern and contemporary design.
These popular and established shows offer a huge range of prices and styles from the best in 20th century design classics and modern collectables. Trade entry from 9am.
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