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Mix & Interiors UK 2014 Collaboration

Interiors UK 2014

Held from 19-22 January in NEC, Birmingham, Interiors UK is once again collaborating with Birmingham City University (BCU) and Global Color Research™, inviting students from the Birmingham Institute of Art & Design to interpret trend predictions from Mix publications for the season Autumn Winter 2014/15.

BCU will present over 20 new design concepts influenced by trend stories Frame and Axis within stand 2A50 located in Hall 2 where Mix magazines can be purchased. Teaming up with businesses in the West Midlands, student work will be realised by the likes of furniture design company MRF, Tiledspaces (an arm of Opus Tiles), Capricorn Blinds, Chad Lighting, and of course Tektura Wallcoverings. “This is a fantastic opportunity for us to see our trends come to life in multiple materials and applications. The students can always be relied upon for new thinking and impressive outcomes which is why we’re so excited to see what is revealed in January,” says Hannah Malein, colour trend creative, Global Color Research™, Mix publications.

As part of the show, Hannah Malein will be talking at the main seminar theatre (details here) and also hosting a Q&A session with the students as part of the Lightening Talks, organised by BCU.


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