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Media 10 launches new decorative show LuxuryMade

Media 10 is delighted to announce the inaugural edition of LuxuryMade (21–24 September 2016), London’s new contemporary decorative show staged as part of London Design Festival 2016.

Heralding a highly selective approach to luxury design events, LuxuryMade focuses on the high-end interior design market, providing the very best examples of product across accessories, lighting, fabrics and furniture. LuxuryMade will bring together just 50 of the best manufacturers.

LuxuryMade will take place in a unique setting spanning two distinct spaces: The Pillar Hall, a sumptuous banqueting room with richly moulded marble Corinthian columns and decorative ceiling and the Upper Pillar Hall – a previously hidden gem with faded grandeur, once the UK's first electric cinema.

Both LuxuryMade spaces were constructed as part of the original Olympia site opened in 1886 as the 'Princes Apartments' and amply demonstrating the frame of grand
Victorian architecture.

LuxuryMade will play a central part of a new West Kensington design district, alongside Design Museum and 100% Design in 2016.

Daren Newton, Publishing and Events Director at Media 10 said, “Our experience in the Luxury interiors market goes way back to our early days in publishing, so we have always had the intention to launch a high end interiors show to complement our architecture and design portfolio.

This important part of the interiors industry demands a unique setting and judging from the response from key brands, we have definitely found this in the two floors of the Pillar Hall Olympia.”

William Knight, Event Director comments, ‘The launch of LuxuryMade marks an exciting moment for Media 10, the London Design Festival and the luxury interiors community. ‘By staging a beautifully produced and highly selective showcase of some of the best contemporary and decorative brands in a stunning central location, it responds to an expanding market in need of a new high quality event and visitor experience.

‘We have placed this ambitious show within the emerging powerhouse of design in West Kensington - alongside the new Design Museum and resurgent 100% Design.’