2019 Theatre & Workshops
Experts Theatre 2019
Lessons from the past: how to use traditional decorating ideas in a modern way
David Nicholls, House & Garden talks to Salvesen Graham, one of London's most sought after design studios, and features on House & Garden's list of Top 100 Interior Designers (published in the June issue). Headed up by Nicole Salvesen and Mary Graham, the firm is known for its distinctly modern take on classic decorating ideas and techniques. Lessons from the past is an opportunity for guests to find out what some of Nicole and Mary's tricks are, where they find inspiration, and how to put your own individual spin on the tried and tested ideas that have been handed down to us from the greats.
A collaboration in garden design
Andrew Duff and Liz Hughes, Inchbald School of Design will talk about the important elements to consider when designing large country gardens versus small urban spaces.
How to choose an architect
There are countless factors to consider when choosing an architect and often, they can leave homeowners feeling slightly bewildered and worried that their project might not fulfil their ambitions. Amos Goldreich Architecture has many years experience working with a diverse selection of homeowners on transforming their properties. During this talk, Amos aims to educate with his checklist of ‘must-have’ criteria when looking to choose an architect, and inspire with suggestions on how to really engage with your architect to get the most out of them. Choosing an architect should be an exciting process, not a daunting one. Join Amos to find out more!
Kitchen design: How to create a space that works for you
Panel discussion hosted by Lindsey Blair, Editor, Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms in conversation with Georgina Townshend, Features Editor, Lauren Gilberthorpe, Interior Designer and and founder of Lauren Gilberthorpe Interiors, and Graham Robinson, Design Manager at Halcyon Interiors flagship showroom.
Summer Living Workshops
I'm Absolutely Fine with Annabel Rivkin and Emilie McMeekan
Annabel Rivkin and Emilie McMeekan founded The Midult in 2016. They are journalists, worriers and incredibly good friends. Annabel has written for everybody from The Times to Vogue, while Emilie has been Features Editor of the Evening Standard and Deputy Editor of Tatler.