VISITOR EXPERIENCE AT FOCUS/18 Artist Moritz Waldemeyer commissioned to create colourful, immersive installation

Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour

For the best in design and decoration, look no further than Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour. More than a design resource, it is a thriving platform, both creatively and commercially, for an exceptionally dynamic industry. It is the largest of its kind in Europe, and well-established as a premier design destination. Nowhere else will you find such a high concentration of design’s biggest names shaping luxury interiors today – all at one address.

Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour has long been a catalyst of creative connections, but now an exciting new chapter is unfolding. With strategic expansion on the horizon, some highly influential names moving in and a landmark building project on the way, the sense of community (already one of its greatest strengths) is set to get stronger.

Home to 120 showrooms and over 600 world-famous brands, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is the first port of call for professional interior designers, architects, specifiers and style-seekers looking for specialist expertise. Dedicated to inspire, inform and deliver the best in design, it is the perfect place to discover world-class talent, connect with influencers, established makers, emerging innovators and luxury brands.

The comprehensive collective runs the gamut from classic contemporary to cutting-edge. What is on offer is couture for the home. Creations from some of the world’s most influential names set the pace and include fabrics, furniture, wallcoverings, lighting, accessories, kitchens, bathrooms, leather, trimmings, hardware, lifestyle technology, outdoor living, tiles, carpets and rugs. With skilled craftsmanship part of the luxury mantra, superlative finishing is an underlying keynote. Bespoke products is another forte with many showrooms creating tailor-made pieces for one-of-a-kind spaces. It is no wonder visitors come back again and again. A single visit is rarely enough

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