Connect, converse, create with masters of design

Don't miss London Design Week 2020, and a very special talk with our Executive Editor, Kate Burnett

Spring’s most authoritative interior design event London Design Week 2020 returns to Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour from 8-13 March 2020. The week-long celebration is all about being immersed in design excellence at a legendary hub that is as inspiring as it is influential.

Bringing together ‘masters of design’, Europe’s largest design destination is set to spark a remarkable dialogue between 120 international participants and design enthusiasts. Reflecting Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour’s commitment to creativity and connection, expect a packed programme.



More than 100 events and experiences will offer new season collections, alongside workshops, talks, demonstrations and discovery tours that dig deeper inside the stories behind the latest designs and provide opportunities to meet the people who shaped them.

Get the inside track from design studios including Cole & Son, Romo and GP & J Baker; attend a talk hosted by KLC School of Design or join a tour curated by the Design Centre’s own personal shopper,

Be among the first to see new products from 600 global brands. Exquisite materials, couture detailing and the dramatic use of colour, pattern and texture; all celebrating the importance of provenance, skill, craftsmanship and a move towards informed choices.

Adding another layer to the offering will be ‘house guests’ such as Rose Uniacke, who will only be in situ for the duration of the show.

There will be an abundance of designer know-how all under one roof and expert guidance at every turn; from the acclaimed Conversations in Design series to Grow Your Business sessions aimed at those who want to take the next steps. Star names include Beata Heuman,Tom Bartlett, Peter Mikic and Tatjana von Stein of Sella Concepts, plus many more.

Specially commissioned installations and restaurants complement the events programme, bringing to life the current mood in interiors. Come to be inspired, to learn, to share; to see the best of the best in design and hear from the brightest minds and the industry’s leading lights. This wealth of insider knowledge is extraordinary and, what’s more, entry is free for every visitor.

To register, visit the DCCH website


Don’t miss A New Vision: What does the digital era mean for interior design? panel discussion hosted by Livingetc with interior designers Emma Pocock, Elnaz Namaki and Sheena Murphy in conversation with acting executive editor, Kate Burnett.

The event takes place on Thursday 12 March at 11.30am.

To book special offer tickets for Livingetc readers, click here, and quote ‘LIVE’

We hope to see you there.

Amy Cutmore is the Head of Audience at Future and works across all the home brands, including Livingetc, Homes and Gardens, Ideal Home and Real Homes. She is known for her knowledge of tech and how to blend it with lifestyle, writing the popular blog Girl About Tech. She has also been the digital editor of Ideal Homes.