Top Interior Design events this June

London is a leading global destination for some of the best interior design and furnishing inspiration. Whether you’re a homeowner, property investor or an interior design enthusiast, here are a few events lined up this June that celebrate art, architecture and design:

1. Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

Date: 18 June – 18 August 2024
Time: 10 am – 6 pm (Fri: 10 am – 9 pm)
Venue: Main Galleries, Burlington House

The Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition features over 1,200 artworks by established and emerging artists. This annual event transforms the Main Galleries at Burlington House into an excellent display of contemporary art. Coordinated by sculptor Ann Christopher RA, you’ll find beautiful paintings, prints, sculptures and installations at this exhibition. Many of these pieces are available for purchase to expand your art collection.

2. WOW! House at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour

WOW! House at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour

Date: 4 June – 4 July 2024
Time: Daily from 10 am
Venue: Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, Lots Road

WOW!house is an immersive showhouse event at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, London, featuring 20 top interior designers creating 19 unique design rooms. The exciting lineup of designers includes Benedict Foley, Alidad, Ken Fulk, Fosbury Architecture, etc., collaborating with globally recognised interior design brands. This is an exciting event for homeowners and investors to discover upcoming trends and materials for their properties.

3. Serpentine Pavilion

Serpentine Pavilion

Date: 7 June – 27 October 2024
Time: Daily from 10 am
Venue: Kensington Gardens

Each summer, the Serpentine Pavilion Commission offers an exciting opportunity to experience contemporary architecture in the heart of Kensington Gardens. Designed by Seoul-based architect Minsuk Cho, this year’s ‘Archipelagic Void’ pavilion features five distinct islands arranged around a central space. Inspired by Korean courtyards, this event will cover different exhibitions, performances and talks. Highlights include works by Barbara Kruger, Judy Chicago and Yinka Shonibare CBE. You can also enjoy solo exhibitions by renowned artists, a commissioned soundscape and a series of performances throughout the summer.

4. London Festival of Architecture

London Festival of Architecture

Date: 1 June – 30 June 2024
Time: Various times
Venue: Various locations across London

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the London Festival of Architecture (LFA) is a month-long, citywide event highlighting architecture’s role within the urban infrastructure. This year’s theme, ‘Reimagine,’ encourages participants to envision a more equitable, accessible and sustainable city. This fest’s mission is to open discussions around architecture and promote new talent. The lineup includes a special panel discussion by Holcim and Zaha Hadid Architects, Studio Lates, LFA Destinations and Neighbourhoods.

5. Designer Maker User Exhibition at the Design Museum

Designer Maker

Date: Ongoing
Time: 10 am – 5 pm
Venue: Design Museum, Kensington High St

The Design Museum’s permanent exhibition, Designer Maker User, offers a comprehensive look at the development of modern design through the lenses of the designer, manufacturer and user. This exhibition covers various design disciplines — from architecture and engineering to, fashion and digital design. The ‘Designer’ segment is based on the phrase by the Italian architect Ernesto Rogers: from the spoon to the city. It explores how a designer’s thought process informs projects at every scale – from the smallest to the largest. The ‘Maker’ section covers the history of manufacturing, from Thonet bentwood cafe chairs and Model T Ford cars to robotic arms, mass customisation and 3D printing. ‘User’ display explores how design shapes communication, featuring iconic tech like the Walkman and iPhone alongside classic tools like the typewriter.

This exhibition is a must-visit for anyone interested in the evolution of design and its impact on everyday life.

As you explore the exciting events in London this June, you’ll find yourself surrounded by inspiring design ideas. Introducing these concepts into your personal space is where InStyle Direct excels. Whether you’re captivated by the vibrant artworks at the Royal Academy or the architectural installations at the Serpentine Pavilion, our experts can tailor these elements to suit your aesthetic and functional needs.

We offer a variety of interior design solutions to fit different budgets and tastes, ensuring that property developers, homeowners, and landlords benefit from modern solutions that maximise sales and rental yield.

With over 20 years of experience, we are renowned for our quick turnaround, completing projects within budget, aligned with the client’s vision, and in full compliance with all necessary safety regulations. Book a consultation with our team of experts to see how we can help. After booking, we can schedule an appointment for you to visit our showrooms and discuss transforming your space.

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