WOW!house 2023 will see international designers and decoration brands come together to show the world the best in interior design talent.
WOW!house 2023 at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is set to take place from Monday 5 June – Thursday 6 July 2023.
Following the resounding success of the inaugural project last year, WOW!house 2023 will see international designers and decoration brands come together to show the world the best in interior design talent, all under one roof.
A unique 400 sq m showhouse, built within the Design Avenue at Europe’s largest design centre, this annual event is an impressive and immersive design experience. 17 full-size rooms, will be created by world-class interior designers, for visitors to explore, enjoy and find the ultimate inspiration. This summer, WOW!house will be an opportunity to see in person what is normally out of reach – the work of masters in their field.
THE FIRST DESIGNER REVEAL FOR WOW!HOUSE 2023IS AS FOLLOWS:
Nicolò Castellini Baldissera for C & C Milano
Lucy Barlow, Barlow & Barlow for Drummonds Christian Bense for de Le Cuona
Tim Gosling for Gosling
Martin Hulbert & Jay Grierson, Martin Hulbert Design
Maddux Creative for Fromental
Joy Moyler, Joy Moyler Interiors
Henry Prideaux, Henry Prideaux Interior Design for Martin Moore
Carolynne Shenton, Studio Mica for House of Rohl
Mark D. Sikes for Iksel
Waldo Works for de Gournay
The Legend Room: Nicky Haslam and Colette van den Thillart`
In Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour’s next WOW!house announcement, yet another array of internationally renowned design talent will be revealed, including the designer working with Summit Furniture.
“When we launched WOW!house in 2022, the goal was to pioneer a sense of wonder. For 2023, we are building an even more immersive experience to amaze and inspire by showing the world what extraordinary achievements can be made when our talented industry comes together in such an ambitious and exceptional way,” says Claire German, CEO of Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour.
SUSTAINABILITY, QEST, and CHARITY PARTNER
Sustainability remains an integral aspect of the WOW!house design process. The 3D geometric printed façade created by RIBA architects Mamou-Mani for WOW!house 2022 will be reused, with the circular mandala shapes completely reimagined to provide an innovative fresh take on the enthralling entranceway to the designer showhouse.
Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is also partnering with QEST (Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust) to engage craftspeople in collaborating with the designers to create bespoke pieces than can be reused after the event.
The charity partner for WOW!house 2023 is TP Caring Spaces, established by Bunny Turner and Emma Pocock, founders of London-based interior design studio, Turner Pocock. The mission for TP Caring Spaces is simple: “To find the gaps and use our skills and network to fill charitable spaces with great design.”
Tickets: Visit dcch.co.uk/wowhouse