Highlights from Sleep + Eat London 2018 – Europe’s hospitality design designers, consultants, architects and emerging talents headed to Olympia London exhibition center on November 20-21 to the Sleep + Eat event, that focuses on showing the new trends when it comes to hospitality design and, for the first time in the event’s history, to the design of restaurants and bars. We are here to show some of this event’s highlights for the edition of 2018.
Yasmine Mahmoudieh (United Kingdom)
This architect and designer showed in this fair her newest collaboration with Penguin Books that led to a bathroom of completely custom furnishings inspired by “Elizabeth and Her German Garden,” a novel by Elizabeth von Arnim that was first published back in 1898.
Induflex is a leading furniture manufacturer with three decades of experience and their goal is to ensure customer satisfaction since they have a strict control of materials and processes through the different stages of production. All companies should be environmentally conscious nowadays, and Induflex is not an exception.
AB Concept (Taiwan)
At their Sleep set, created in partnership with French pastry chef and chocolatier Pierre Hermé, perfectly decadent pastries that are revealed in hidden nooks of a winding space centered by a selfie-focused seating area.
Anthology (United Kingdom)
This British brand is fuelled by a passion for design that embraces technology and constantly challenges convention and applies it on wide-width wallpapers and double-width fire retardant fabric.
Bang & Olufsen (United Kingdom)
This brand focuses on showing a range of ultra-high definition TV’s for the hospitality sector, public area audio solutions, and guest room Bluetooth speakers to the public. Their main attraction this year was the brand’s signature product BeoSound Shape – a wall-mounted wireless speaker system that can be used in unlimited configurations, delivering immersive sound staging, and that was created by Michael Anastassiades.
Shaw Hospitality (United States of America)
This hospitality segment of Shaw Contract believes that design improves on how we live and combines the expertise of the world’s largest carpet manufacturer with the financial stability of a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary.
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