Informa reveals interior design collaborations for Decorex 2022

Event organizers Informa Markets say this year’s edition of the Decorex luxury design show will feature highly anticipated collaborations with some of the UK’s biggest names in interior design.

Taking place October 9-12 at London’s Olympia, Decorex visitors will be able to visit the Decorex Bar and VIP Lounge, which will be used for business networking, socializing and building new relationships.

Decorex bar

Designed by interior design studio Carden Cunietti, the Decorex Bar was modeled on a “typical Italian setting” with striped canopies and checkerboard flooring.

Eleanora Cunietti, co-founder of Carden Cunietti, said, “We look forward to seeing visitors enjoying the space, chatting with colleagues and relaxing after a busy day on the show floor, with an aperitif in hand.

The Decorex Bar will feature pieces from Decorex exhibitors, including wall coverings from Arte and Cole & Sons and decorative lighting from J Adams & Co. Other suppliers include Dominic Schuster, Love your home and Vincent Shepherd.

VIP lounge

This year’s Decorex VIP lounge is designed by De Rosee Sa, an architecture and interior design studio based in London, Lisbon and Brussels. The design incorporates products from Decorex exhibitors including Arte, Laskasas, J Adams & Co, Graham & Green, We Wood, Ferreira de Sá, A Rum Fellow, Ian Mankin, CTO Lighting and Alice Lily Interiors.

Max de Rosée, Director of De Rosee Sa, said: “We were inspired by the airport lounges of the 1970s, looking at how the seats were rigorously arranged in geometric patterns to create a sense of concentration in a much larger space. . We explored how this concept can generate a sense of atmosphere, inspired by spaces with a strong sense of geometry to create our design for the VIP lounge.

“We are excited to see the VIP Lounge Design come to life, to meet in person, interact and share ideas with our design friends and colleagues, including over drinks in the VIP Lounge.”

Highlights from Decorex 2021 can be viewed here.

Betty K. Park