If you are in London for the London Design Festival, whatever you’re up to, head over to the House of Design on the third floor at Harrods. The Smania furniture and accessories exhibition is located on the same floor, in the Modern Glamour area.
The new exhibition space aims to showcase the superb quality and luxury artisan details which have always distinguished Smania. The showroom features a selection of new products along with some of the company’s best-loved furniture pieces, by customers and architects alike.
Also on show, the new collection Contrast, presented at Salone del Mobile 2017, characterised by its iconic jersey pattern and the supremacy of leather on wood, such as in the bedside tables Lock. Each product exudes eclectic design, with elegant wood, quality leathers, textiles bursting with incisive colours, elite marbles and shiny metals.
Harrods, a reference point on the world luxury scene, is the perfect venue for Smania furniture and accessories. We aim to raise awareness of our exclusive style and unique made in Italy savoir faire right here, at this international and refined department store.
After visiting the area dedicated to Smania, why not visit the original London Design Festival exhibition at Harrods? House of Design is a reduced scale model of the London borough of Knightsbridge, featuring miniature homes, created by a few designer brands whose products are on display at the famous department store.
The exhibition is open from September 13th – 27th and will focus on artisan skills as well as sophisticated design, both essential values at Smania. We are eager to share all this and we warmly extend our invitation to visit us at House of Design.
London Design Festival 2017 is the fifteenth edition of an unmissable event for anyone visiting the British capital. Over 400 events and installations have been scheduled throughout the city, this year also including the fashionable Mayfair area. Over 3 million visitors are expected to visit from over 75 countries. The London Design Festival aims to transform London into the new Capital of Design. Will it succeed in surpassing Milan and its Salone del Mobile?
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