Bespoke furniture maker, Neil Stevenson of NEJ Stevenson, will be joining a panel discussion as part of the seminar programme at Decorex International on Tuesday 18th September, which takes place during London Design Festival 2018.
Neil is one of several design experts speaking at this year’s event, returning to Syon Park, London from 16-19 September. The talk, entitled; ‘Deconstructing the brief: the importance of form, function and understanding your client’s vision,’ is scheduled to take place at 11am in the Seminar Theatre, chaired by BIID President Gilly Craft. Other panellists include BIID registered interior designers Henry Prideaux and Beata Heuman.
Together, the panellists will discuss the essential job of establishing and truly understanding a client brief, exploring the importance of finding out exactly what the client requires at the earliest stage in the design process, and interrogating the brief so that expectations match the results of the finished project.
Neil Stevenson, Founder and Managing Director of NEJ Stevenson comments: “I’m delighted to be taking part in the talks programme at Decorex this year. it is important that we, as design professionals, understand exactly what our customers want, and I’m looking forward to sharing my own experiences and ideas with the other panellists. It is set to be a varied, thought-provoking discussion, and I hope that the audience can take away some valuable points for use in their own businesses.”
As Europe’s leading interior design event, Decorex celebrates the very latest in luxury interiors and design. The four-day event will showcase furniture, interior and lighting designers alongside fabric and textiles companies, from established names to up-and-coming makers.
The theme for this year’s event is ‘Blank Canvas,’ allowing participants to explore how an empty space can celebrate a new beginning. A full programme of expert talks will take place again this year, featuring panel discussions with world-leading interior design studios, to solo discussions on upcoming trends on topics including craft, lighting and international design.
NEJ Stevenson specialises in custom made furniture and architectural joinery. As cabinetmaker to The Queen and Royal Warrant holder, the company has developed a reputation for crafting some of the finest contemporary and heritage furniture available. From individual pieces to entire room interiors, NEJ Stevenson’s furniture can be found within luxurious private residences, historic buildings, places of worship and high-end retail spaces.
Decorex runs from 16-19 September at Syon Park. All talks are free to attend and registration for tickets to the event is open now at www.decorex.com.
For more information, visit www.nejstevenson.co.uk.