Since the complete renovation of Sky House, there are a number of exhibitors who have updated their showroom spaces and created new exhibitor spaces to reflect an updated product catalogue and showcase a number of interior design solutions.
Morgan Ellis Lifts have taken on a new exhibitor stand located at the front of the building, where they have installed 3 fully functioning home lift systems for designers and specifiers to visit and experience in real time. The luxury lift showroom has been designed with minimal interior design in mind, with pale timber flooring that helps visitors see how minimal the base details of the lifts are. The interior design showroom is now home to lifts from the Artico range, Altura range, Stiltz Home Lift range, as well as a vacuum lift system.
Next to the Morgan Ellis lift showroom, Grants Blinds have created a brand new, minimal blinds showroom. The blinds showroom space is an extension of the original Grants Blinds showroom, which is located within the design centre. Using frameless and minimally framed glazing solutions from IQ Glass to showcase how the automated blind solutions will work and look in conjunction with bespoke glazing.
Grants Blinds have even installed a gable end window, showcasing how these awkward shaped window designs are no match for their bespoke engineered blind solutions. The space is extremely minimal in design, allowing the glazing and accompanying blinds to be the primary feature of the open plan space.
Technowood have also made plans to expand their exhibitor space, with plans to double the size of their current bay in the near future. The new Technowood space will include even more examples and samples of their exterior cladding solutions, for architects and specifiers to visit and get a feel for what the products would look like on a large scale.
Both Grants Blinds and Morgan Ellis’ newly renovated exhibitor bays are fully operational, with the automated blinds appearing at the click of a button and the luxury home lifts travelling up and down to give visitors a real experience. You can visit both showrooms, as well as the rest of the interior design showroom, by booking your showroom visit here.