INTERIORS+DESIGN for architects

INTERIORS UK 2013 is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before, offering retailers, designers and architects a vast selection of products from over 600 of the leading international interiors manufacturers.

Modern retailing is the overarching theme for the 2013 show with many beautiful retailer display areas curated by a mix of designers throughout the show and main entrances. UBM are thrilled to announce that this year's guest designer is interiors legend, Nina Campbell who will be creating the entrances as well as hosting a feature space in Hall 3.

"Nina is thrilled to be designing the entrances at the INTERIORS UK show in January. The individual halls will be defined by one of Nina's loves; colour. Expect a marriage of traditional, well-loved and opulent designs with a new, fresh and contemporary colour palette."

2013 will see the return of designersblock who will be using their creative talent to create a totally new store concept, brand and identity - the designersblock department store. This giant feature will include a concoction of departments featuring furniture, accessories, toys, lighting and lots more, all sourced from designersblock's vast network of young designers and design makers. Exhibitors at the designersblock department store include the likes of House of Hackney, Plumen, Silo Studio, Lazerian, Catherine Verpoort, Kirigram, JiB Studio, James Shaw & Marjan van Aubel and DeGross to name a few.

The area will also house the regular features of the show such as New Design Britain, Birmingham City University, INTERIORS UK's Seminar Theatre, the VIP lounge and press office.

INTERIORS UK is renowned for orchestrating informative, thought-provoking seminars and talks during the show and 2013 will be no exception. The line-up is set to explore the future of retail with talks from the likes of Nayna Macintosh (Marks & Spencer's Director of Store Design), Jonathan Webb (Retail in Action), Angus Gibb (SYMM), Stylus, Mark Hughes-Webb (Brandhub), Nic Cumisky (Google), Callum Lumsden (Lumsden Design), Melinda Ashton Turner (Stylist - talking about visual merchandising), Naomi Cleaver and Nina Campbell.

Another new addition to the 2013 show is the Pitfield pop up shop and cafe in Hall 4. Pitfield is an eclectic interior design shop and café in Shoreditch, London, owned by designers Shaun Clarkson and Paul Brewster.

Join us at the 2013 show from the 20-23rd January at the NEC Birmingham.

For all show updates check out the INTERIORS UK website -

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