2020

KLC at FOCUS 2020: Design Panel Discussions (Online)

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KLC was delighted to be a part of the Design Centre’s FOCUS 2020 Virtual Programme. FOCUS 2020 presented a new format, with tailored visits for trade professionals and a virtual programme. The diverse and dynamic virtual programme was free to view and curated to inspire and inform.

KLC hosted two online design panel discussions which you can now view the video recording again:

KLC School of Design Presents the Inside Story: An Holistic Approach to Design Post Lockdown
Thursday 17 September: 2pm – 2.30pm

Guest speakers:
Benji Lewis – Benji Lewis Design, Zoom that Room.
Phoebe Oldrey –SmartStyle Interiors
Bhavin Taylor –Bhavin Taylor Design
Moderator: Suzanne Imre - Former LivingEtc Editor, Brand and Content Consultant, Interior Designer.

The past few months of change have had a profound impact on our relationship with our homes. Now more than ever they are viewed as an oasis of calm and safety, while many people have had to adapt to incorporate the extra functions of home-working, home-schooling, and simply spending more time together. Interior designers are ideally suited to offer their insights into how they expect our homes will change. KCL’s session discusses these changes and updates being made in the home, the effects of this time, and the techniques used to bring areas of our homes to life.

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KLC Presents the Outside Story: The Garden… Much More Than Just A Pretty Face
Friday 18 September, 2pm – 2.30pm

Guest speakers: 
Humaira Ikram, KLC Garden Diploma Course Leader, Redscape Design
Matt Childs, Matthew Childs Design

Join award winning garden designers, Matthew Childs and Humaira Ikram, as they passionately discuss the importance and potential of gardens in being a valuable ingredient in helping to overcome many of the problems facing people in the modern world today. They will focus on how climate change, sustainability, biodiversity and individual needs all need to be taken into consideration when designing a garden. Gardens are multi-faceted spaces with life changing potential.

You can catch-up and view 60+ talks from Focus20 by visiting their microsite and registering. All videos are free of charge!

We hope you enjoy them.