21 - 24 SEPTEMBER 2022
AT MAGAZINE LONDON 

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DISCUSSIONS AT DESIGN LONDON

Sponsored by  Schneider

Discussions at Design London featured four days of compelling headline talks, trend forecasts and panel discussions with both leading designers and rising stars of the design world. Curated by Katie Richardson, the dynamic programme gave an insight into future trends and current movements within design, architecture and the wider creative industries, and as always, underpinned by the issues of the day.

The setting for Discussions at Design London drew on the transitional qualities of the light spectrum in an experiential array of light and colour and was designed by Yinka Ilori. The British-Nigerian artist was the show's headline speaker and chief collaborator; he opened the talks programme on day one of the show and welcomed guests through a kaleidoscopic tunnel of colour inviting them to take a seat in his joyfully designed auditorium, ‘Transparency in shades of colour’. Find out more about the concept here.

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Transparency in Shades of Colour
  1. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    To open Discussions at Design London 2021, and to launch an auditorium space which he designed, Yinka Ilori talks to Wallpaper’s Design Editor, Rosa Bertoli about his work, inspiration and plans for t ...
  2. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    How will we be using and creating colour in the near and far future and what role will it play in design, beyond aesthetic qualities? In this session, chaired by Dulux Creative Director and colour exp ...
  3. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    This lively debate will move the conversation on from the so-called death of the office and onto how hybrid working, coworking and people-centred design can meet the needs of a multi-generational work ...
  4. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    Join [d]arc media for an insightful discussion with leading lighting professionals on the importance of ‘good’ lighting design when working on a hospitality or commercial project and why it is essenti ...
  5. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd, Founders of Pearson Lloyd, speak with Icon’s Editor Francesca Perry about their work, long standing partnership and collaborations with manufacturers, brands and public bodies – all of which respond to the challenges of the day and enhance our experience of the world.
  6. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    Restaurants have to provide an exceptional customer experience in service, food and atmosphere to compete with the popularity of at-home dining and food delivery apps. How can design help restaurants ...
  7. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    Celebrate the winners of the 2020 [d]arc awards while taking in stunning light art installations from leading lighting design teams.
Transparency in Shades of Colour
  1. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    We know much has changed following 2020 - not least our relationship with our homes, which have become sanctuary and prison at the same time. People across the globe have had to experience their homes ...
  2. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    After the global WFH experiment of the past 18 months, hotels are being used as ad hoc offices more than ever, with corporates and creatives looking for stylish co-working areas that offer cosy interi ...
  3. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    Three leading Danish companies present how their circular business models work in practice and what it takes both internally and externally, to have both supplier, employees and customers on board in ...
  4. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    The way we use and respond to colour is changing. Trends seem to be a thing of the past whilst deeper more meaningful conversations with the spaces in which we live are most definitely in. In this pre ...
  5. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    Remote working has become the new standard since the start of the pandemic and is set to continue for many of us as we move into a new era of hybrid working. Whilst many home workers claimed their pro ...
  6. Transparency in Shades of Colour

    Sohelia Sokhanvari is a British/Iranian artist, whose multimedia work cultivates a non-uniform practice and deals with contemporary and historical political landscapes. Sohelia will share in this session, how she achieves extraordinary colour in her work, through traditional techniques.

Transparency in Shades of Colour
  1. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    Eley Kishimoto give a rare, live interview to journalist Elspeth Pridham, looking back across a partnership forged originally in the early 90’s. Living by the maxim “Print The World”- Eley Kishimoto h ...
  2. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    London is a truly expressive and diverse city – its energy and unstoppable creativity has cemented its position as a global design hub, with some of the most exciting and provocative work in the world ...
  3. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    Acclaimed product, fashion and interior designer Henry Holland, speaks to WGSN’s Bethan Ryder on his creative inspiration and work since launching Henry Holland Studio, including his new collection fo ...
  4. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    While the topic of sustainability has been on the lips of the design world for a number of years, the challenge of striking its balance with affordability is still just as prevalent. Doing the right t ...
  5. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    In partnership with Design London, ICON is hosting drinks to launch the Autumn issue of the magazine. Taking the theme of 'Pleasure', ICON's Autumn issue features a major interview with Spanish design ...
Transparency in Shades of Colour
  1. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    2 leading interior designers from the BIID, discuss the ‘inside track’ in an interactive session based on their own experiences. Prideaux and Suss share advice aimed at other interior designers, as we ...
  2. Transparency in Shades of Colour
    As we navigate our way out of the pandemic and enter a new era in design, now seems like an ideal opportunity to reflect how the world has changed and specifically, on diversity within the design indu ...

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