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100% Design Show

The largest and longest running event in design for industry professionals in the UK is coming again this year, this time moving to an iconic new venue in the Grand Hall at the Olympia in London. Since 1995, the 100% Design show has held some of the most celebrated and diverse talks and exhibitions from industry professionals. This year the event will be held over four days from 23rd-26th September.

The show has traditionally consisted of four sections: interiors, workplace, kitchen & bathrooms and design & build. This year, however, with a brilliant new venue on their 21st anniversary, the show is expanding to include two new sections: luxury and modern British. The result will be 20,000m2 and two floors of venue space filled with an incredible variety of the best of the professional design world.

As well as carefully selected exhibitors assessed to a high standard of quality, the show will host a series of talks entitled The Sensual World. Reflecting the theme of the show this year which is ‘Design in Colour’, the talk programme will explore the power of colour, the different effects and emotions colour can produce, and how we make use of colour in design. Organised by Claire Barrett and Karen Haller, they are sure to be a fascinating look at a fundamental element of design.

Will Knight, the Show Director for 100% Design, said “It's an exciting time for everyone involved in 100% Design; exhibitors, content providers, designers and the show team at Media 10. Since taking the show on in 2012 we've worked to refine and develop the exhibition in September, but also the year-round activity in the form of events, talks, marketing and promotion. We're focused on delivering success though innovation and curation, bringing you the best in design in its many forms.”

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