The Sleep Event 2017 returns to London with the provocative theme “Loyalty: Lessons in Love”. It’s this important base theme that will shape the direction of the two-day hotel design event on 21-22th November at the Business Design Centre in London.
This years edition will try to emulate the success of the 2016 edition, whose attendance surged to over four thousand, and will, once again, focus on showing the audience the freshest ideas within the hotel interior design and the hotel experience industries.
The exhibition section of the event was, once more, carefully orchestrated to ensure the most compelling combination of newcomers and regular names, larger manufacturers and bespoke artisans. Mitsushige Nishiwaki, who will display his whimsical etchings, and Avivo Lighting, designer and manufacturer of statement illumination fixtures, are amongst the Sleep newcomers for the 2017 edition.
Returning for The Sleep Event 2017 is exhibitor THG Paris, that will show its new transitional collection, Dean, while Italian brand ALPI will showcase new collections designed by Kengo Kuma, Piero Lissoni and the Campana Brothers which balance impressions of nature with graphic patterns.
The London location will also attract the presence of several British companies, like furniture brands Dare Studio, Morgan or Ligne Roset, or design companies like Parla Design or Laidlaw&Thomson. Overall, The Sleep Event 2017 will attract some of the biggest names within the hotel interior design experience, all of whom are adamant on being faithful to this year’s important theme “Loyalty: Lessons in Love”. Because in this industry, Loyalty is everything and the base of any successful business