Key design showrooms from Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour collaborate with the fourth instalment of SuperyachtDESIGN Week, illustrating the calibre of the event for the design community. SuperyachtDESIGN Week (SYDW), held from 28 – 30 June, offers a range of partnership opportunities for the showrooms to meet event guests, network with industry decision-makers and showcase their latest designs.
J. Robert Scott, Summit and Tai Ping Carpets all return in 2016 as workshop partners. As an integral part in the SYDW programme, these three showrooms hosted design icons Terence Disdale, John Munford and Martin Francis in intimate ‘Meet the Designer’ sessions at the last edition of the event. Strictly limited to four showrooms, workshop partners welcome speakers and guests throughout the three-day event.
Martin Francis in Tai Ping Carpets in 2015
A newcomer to SuperyachtDESIGN Week is Christopher Peacock, who will host a lunch hotspot throughout the event. Christopher Peacock is a globally-renowned for his bespoke cabinetry and innovative use of raw materials.
Lunch hotspots are an intimate opportunity for showrooms to entertain guests over lunch whilst showcasing their products. J. Robert Scott will also take part as a lunch hotspot, “SuperyachtDESIGN Week is an event we look forward to participating in all year because of the exceptional guests we see in the J. Robert Scott showroom,” remarked marketing and art director June Lockhart-Triolo.
A lunch hotspot
Limited partnership opportunities remain, for further information click here or contact account director Phoebe Jackson by emailing email@example.com.
Registration for the event starts from just £375 + VAT. Secure your place here.
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