Taste of Design 2018

 

Now in its 21st year, Taste of Design is a unique series of design events that sees some of the world’s finest interior brands exhibiting at a selection of some of the UK’s most beautiful and iconic venues.

Heathfield & Co are regular exhibitors at the event and are delighted to feature again at this year’s stunning selection of venues, beginning on the 9th May at Mercedes-Benz World, Surrey and finishing on the 24th May at Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park, Warwickshire.

Other regular exhibitors featuring at this year’s event will include Vincent Sheppard, Titley & Marr, Anna French, Marvic, Dedar and Whitehead Designs, amongst others. New brands to exhibit this year will include GP & J Baker, Hunter & Hyland and James Hare.

Registration is free to the interior design trade only. Shows will open from 10am – 4pm and each day will include drinks and a light lunch.

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THIS YEAR’S VENUES

 



MERCEDES-BENZ WORLD, SURREY | 9TH & 10TH MAY 2018

Constructed by Hugh Locke King in 1907, Brooklands was the first purpose-built motor racing circuit in the world. Home to Mercedes Benz World, the venue now features expansive contemporary architecture.

 



WREST PARK COUNTRY ESTATE, BEDFORDSHIRE | 22ND MAY 2018

With its magnificent grounds and mansion house, Wrest Park Country Estate creates an immediate sense of grandeur. The house was rebuild in the 1930s in the opulent style of a French chateau and continues to makes a lasting impression today.

 



WORMSLEY ESTATE, OXFORDSHIRE | 23RD MAY 2018

Wormsley is a beautiful 18th century, 2,700-acre private Estate in the Chiltern Hills. Amongst the Estate’s buildings, gardens and surrounding landscape lies the stunning cricket ground. The ground’s Boundary Room will host this year’s event.

 



COMPTON VERNEY ART GALLERY & PARK, WARWICKSHIRE | 24TH MAY 2018

Sitting elegantly in its Grade 1 listed Robert Adam mansion, Compton Verney is the largest art gallery in Warwickshire and is home to six permanent collections and a temporary loan exhibition programme of international standing.