100% Design announces 100% Build London

100% Design, the UK’s largest and longest standing annual design event, returns for its 24th edition in September 2018 with a shake-up to its core programming. New for this year is 100% Build London, a dedicated show within Olympia for the construction and architectural industries.

Demonstrating the 100% Design team’s renewed vision to be the unmissable show for design industry professionals in London’s creative calendar; 100% Build London launches as a response to demand from increasing numbers of visitors within the construction trade attending the show each year. Featuring some of the latest construction materials, innovative glazing technology, exterior surfaces and integrated automation technology; it is the only event to bring together construction, high-end architecture and interior design.

100% Build will also feature an extensive educational programme which includes a Talks Forum, CPD Hub and an area dedicated to Digital Construction including BIM. Further information on programming will be revealed in due course.

A number of brands taking part will push the boundaries of contemporary living, debuting models for the future, including Starck with Riko and Tesla.                                                              

Philippe Starck will present a P.A.T.H. construction with Slovenian engineering and manufacturing brand Riko,which specialises in industrial prefabrication and energy production technology. Riko first teamed up with Starck in 2014 to unveil a new home featuring rooftop energy producing technologies, wind turbines, rainwater recovery and heating pumps.

Tesla, a brand dedicated to accelerating the world’s transition to sustainable energy, will showcase Powerwall. The device integrates with solar to store excess energy generated during the day making it available only when you need it, minimising reliance on other forms of energy. 

Westbury Garden Rooms is the designer, builder, planner and manufacturer of high-end timber conservatories, orangeries, kitchen extensions and pool-houses. From the initial consultation to the final coat of paint, every step is undertaken in-house. Over 30 years they have earned an impressive reputation for outstanding design, superior quality and ease of maintenance.

The team at Temple Tiles offers a refined collection of marble floor and mosaic wall tiles that exude luxury, style, and sophistication. The range of products offers options to perfectly reflect the boldest or most understated of tastes.

Imperial Bricks is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of the finest traditional handmade, wirecut and pressed bricks. Using time-honoured manufacturing methods, skilled brickmakers expertly reproduce authentic colours and textures, making bricks perfect for the restoration, renovation and conservation of period properties, whilst offering an authentic look for new build projects.

BENCHMARK by Kingspan’s, architectural facade systems provide a range of tested and certified high performance and rapid install envelope solutions. For 100% Design they will be showcasing their Dri-Design. This rain screen cassette comes in three variations and can be perforated. Stackbond or stretcher bond patterns, horizontal or vertical orientation, designers can achieve patterns that are easily interchangeable without the need for complicated rail and bracket systems.

Additional brands confirmed for 100% Build London include: Architectural Vision, whose systems specialise in frameless sliding doors and windows, maximising light and bringing the outside in; Karcher Design, a German multi-generational family business that works to develop and distribute high-quality lever handles and accessories in stainless steel and zamac; and SIMONSWERK, the leading door hinge manufacturer, who will return to 100% Design showcasing the latest developments in hinge technology.

www.100percentdesign.co.uk

                                Above images: left – Starck with Riko, right – Tesla Powerwall                

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