Meet the speakers at the Interior Design & Architecture Summit 2022 • Hotel Designs

The Interior Design & Architecture Summit (IDAS), which is free for qualified designers and architects, is hotel designs premium buyer meet event.

The one-day event, to be held at the London Hilton Canary Wharf on June 30 this year, is designed to dynamically bridge the gap between senior designers, architects and key industry suppliers. The Summit includes pre-arranged face-to-face meetings, a networking lunch – and to top it off, hotel designs organized a captivating program of roundtables. All three panel discussions will run throughout the day and will feature leading industry figures to discuss topics such as sustainability, wellbeing and materials.

“In organizing this year’s sessions and list of speakers, we identified these three particular topics, not only because of their relevance, but also because of the preconceptions surrounding them,” the editor said. Chief Hamish Kilburn, who will chair each conversation. “Take sustainability, for example: the ultimate ‘buzzword’ of the modern design era. We want to move beyond advocating for products and programs that use recycled materials and move on to discussing what’s next; products, projects and new ways of working that intuitively help our industry move towards a circular economy.

“The speakers we have invited for all of our sessions, I believe, are at the forefront of change – and have been called upon to share their knowledge and latest research. But above all, we encourage all designers and architects to come together to challenge conventional approaches to design and architecture.

This year’s confirmed sessions and speakers are:

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How to attend IDAS:

If you would like to exhibit at the 2022 event, please email Katie Parkin or call 01992 374064. If you are a senior designer and/or architect and would like to attend the 2022 event, please email mail to Alex King or call 01992 374086, or email .

Main image credit: IDAS/Hotel Designs

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