Another year, another fantastic edition of BADA Art Fair! The lead trade association for art, antiques and design has hosted another successful event at King’s Road. Celebrating the 100th anniversary, the fair itself turned 26 in this edition. Find out the best moments and the award winning exhibitions for BADA […]
With the third day almost over, we’re going to share with you the Light+Building 2018 insider’s guide! The German trade show is making the interior design world making an obligatory stay on Frankfurt! SEE ALSO: 2018 LONDON DESIGN GUIDE DelightFULL is showcasing, in partnership with Brabbu and Essential Home, a beautiful mid-century stand where you’ll […]
Sleep has announced the four design firms that will headline this year’s Sleep Hotel, a unique competition that challenges teams to design and build a hotel guestroom to a specific brief.
Dubbed the ‘catwalk of hotel design’, Sleep Hotel will bring together some of the industry’s best-known designers with several newer names that are making their mark on the sector. Kelly Hoppen, BDP, The Hickson Design Partnership and Purpose Design will each collaborate with fit-out specialists and product suppliers of their choice to build a concept for Sleep Hotel.
This year, the brief is inspired by the widespread interest in, and nostalgia for, the 1960s, and is asking designers to redesign a junior suite in a fictitious hotel originally built during the heyday of Pop Art, translating the radical spirit of this cultural movement into a contemporary experience that is relevant today.
The Sleep Hotel challenge last year was the creation of a five-star bedroom and bathroom within a 23m2 space. This stimulated a collection of highly innovative and stylish room sets, all constructed to an astonishingly high quality despite the constraint of a mere one day to set-up. The winning room was Shaded White designed by Scott Brownrigg and built by Wilmott Dixon Interiors.