Posted 16th August

Young Furniture Makers exhibition set to return in the autumn

16th August 2019 - 15:21pm
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The Young Furniture Makers exhibition – organised by The Furniture Makers’ Company – is set to return for a one-day event in London this October to offer the industry “the opportunity to connect with young designer-makers who are looking to make an impact on the sector”.

The event is designed to showcase the “very best furniture and furnishing design talent” from GCSE students to young professionals. More than 100 designers from education institutes will display their furniture and lighting for the domestic and contract market.

“The Young Furniture Makers exhibition is an extraordinary and unmissable celebration of talented young designer-makers, many of whom are in the early stages of their career and looking for employment,” said Furniture Makers’ CEO Jonny Westbrooke.

Furniture Makers’ master Dids Macdonald will welcome guests at the event, which takes place on 9 October at Furniture Makers’ Hall and the Dutch Church in Austin Friars, London. “We encourage everyone to come and meet the future of design at the exhibition,” Westbrooke added.


Find out more:

bit.ly/YFMexhibition2019


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