On the 28th & 29th March the BCFA sprang into action and opened its doors for the first BCFA OPEN Spring design exhibition in London. The Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch provided an industrial space which was the ideal blank canvas for 40 BCFA members to fill with their latest and best in contract interior products.
This spring event had an overriding theme of creativity which was addressed in many ways throughout the event including at our Creativity Reviewed Seminar, in partnership with Mix Interiors.
We were thrilled that Wayne was our key note speaker, discussing the foundations of his creativity; his inspirational journey into design and how resourcefulness can lead your career in wonderfully unexpected directions. The ability to find innovative & creative solutions for their clients is at the very core of Wayne Hemingway, and HemingwayDesign’s, success.
Wayne was joined by Mix Interior’s Editor David Smalley, who expertly chaired a conversation on creativity between some of the biggest names in UK design; Richard Stevens – Founder & Creative Director of forpeople, Scott Barwick – Design Associate at Map Project Office, Claire Richmond – Senior Interior Designer & Senior Associate at Gensler and Adrian Weidmann – Industrial Designer for Foster+Partners. The panel discussed their own creative spaces, the impact of Brexit on creativity and how creativity effects their business.
Our BCFA Open audience enjoyed the seminar and we would like to thank everyone for their wonderful feedback: