The Interior Club will host a 3 day programme combining the latest designs from the participating brands and insights from national and international speakers.
Thursday 31 May
Event opens at 16:00 until 22:00 (Professionals only)
16:00: Welcome apero and finger food
17:00: Lecture Philipp Mainzer (Designer e15) (English)i
19u30: Lecture Sjoerd Vroonland (Designer Linteloo) and wine tasting and food (Dutch)i
Friday 01 June
Event opens at 10:00 until 21:00 (from 10:00 until 16:00 professionals only, open for the general public from 16:00)
10:00: Lecture Koen Vanmechelen (Conceptual Artist) (Dutch)i
15:30: Lecture Paolo Frigerio (Export Manager Dedar) with apero and finger food (English)i
19:00: Lecture Marc Merckx (Interior Designer) with wine tasting and food (Dutch)i
Monday 04 June
Event opens at 11:00 until 18:00 (Professionals only)
13:30: Lecture Tanja Sharp (Designer Designers Guild) with lunch (English)i
16:00: Lecture Sebastian Herkner (Designer Linteloo) and wine tasting and food (English)i
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Inspired by our participating brands and programme? We look forward to seeing you! Please register by clicking on the link below.
Philipp Mainzer is creative and managing director of modern furniture brand e15. He is known for his progressive designs, some of which are even part of several permanent exhibitions in museums. He is a member of the executive committee of German Design Council and regularly gives lectures on architecture, design and branding.
Mister Vroonland is quite something. Vroonland runs his own label from his atelier in Amsterdam. This young designer focuses on the beauty of construction. Mixing innovation and classic designs creates the most poetic collections.
Belgian breed Koen Van Mechelen is an internationally acclaimed conceptual artist. Remember his Cosmopolitan Chicken project? Google it. This artist is all for bio-cultural diversity and science. Vanmechelen has presented his work on almost every continent and is a regular contributor to the Venice Biennale.
Design and marketing go hand in hand. So where are we going? How are we handling export and international marketing for our design brands. Paolo Frigerio from Dédar has the answers.
Marc Merckx is all for balance between proportions, materials and space. This Belgian designer works internationally using traditional methods to design contemporary details. His portfolio includes a wide variety of projects: from private houses, lofts and apartments to shops, offices, hotels and restaurants.
Miss Sharp joined Designers Guild in 1996 and has become one of the brands’ key figures. As senior manager for product development she has a keen insight into the future of interior.
Is this piece ethnic? Or does it breathe Scandinavian design? What about both? Sebastian Herkner is known for designing objects and furniture by merging various cultural contexts. He has his own studio and continues to receive acclaim for his work