Thinking about a makeover for your home? Need some advice about interior design? Need a new kitchen? Garden looking like a jungle? Do not despair – RIBA are running their 6th annual Henley Design Day at the Town Hall tomorrow, Saturday 17 March, from 10am – 3pm and if the snow stays away it should be another fabulous event.
The Henley Design Day is a one-stop shop to showcase architects, interior designers, landscape gardeners, kitchen designers and other design experts. We have over 20 exhibitors ready to meet you, to offer free advice and to inspire you to make bold changes to your home.
Organised by Sarah Miller of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), this year’s Henley Design Day will showcase local architects and their work, as well as interior designers and landscapers. It’s a FREE event open to anybody who may be looking to speak to an architect or designer about a new project be it a small extension or something much larger.
Sarah said, “We are also delighted to feature a space dedicated to showcasing the work of local women architects. Around half-a-dozen women architects and guest designers will be available to talk through your ideas with you and to discuss their unique approach to help you bring your ideas to life – just look for the RIBA Women in Architecture banner.
The Design Day is the only showcase for architects and other design specialists in the area – around 25 of them will be there, so that’s a lot of concentrated creativity! Many are local or know Henley well, so they have a huge amount of local knowledge and experience of the local planning system.”
Local garden designers Viv Seccombe and Nicola Baily Gibson from Outside are thrilled to be attending the RIBA Design Day. They are offering free one-on-one design clinics to give advice and tips on the garden design process. Slots are bookable please see details below. Please email email@example.com to book a slot or for more information. Or give us a call Viv: 07470 376 342 Nicola: 07940 801109
Simmons & Sons are sponsoring the event and their stand will be showcasing two new properties which are being built with views over Huntercombe Golf Course by local property developers, Hamilton Properties Ltd.