100% Design – Hottest Color Trends for 2015
100% Design is the largest and most prestigious annual design exhibition in the UK. It is one of the best places to connect designers, brands and manufacturers of innovative, inspiring & commercially contemporary interior products with architects and interior designers worldwide. Exhibitors are carefully selected, reflecting the show’s focus on design quality, innovation and relevance to the architecture and design community. Today, Design Build Ideas is going to show you all about the hottest color trends for 2015. Take a look!
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Global Color Research™, the London based colour consultancy behind Mix publications, is working in collaboration with 100% Design to create the installation Trend Edits by Mix, bringing to the show inspiring and insightful colour and trend information for 2015.
‘Exploring the theme ‘Creative Balance’ as a colour and trend forecasting consultancy, we understand how the use of colour, trends and materials can be implemented into the various stages of the design process no matter the designer, industry or project’ Global Color Research™
‘With a greater demand for innovation and creative thinking, the aim is to explore in the different hubs (Office, Interiors, Eco Design & Build and Kitchen and Bathrooms) how colour, trends and materials can drive creativity and be the source of inspiration.’ Global Color Research™
Global Color Research™ advises businesses about which trends and colours are relevant to their industry. Through Colour Consultancy, Future Forecasting, Surface Inspiration and Trend Tracking, they offer a truly unique approach to trend prediction. By utilising Mix Trends stories for 2015, as well as topical research and reference of future industry developments, they will ask and answer a series of thought-provoking questions to explore in the four hub installations.
All four hubs focus on colour and trend predictions for 2014/15 forecasted in Mix Trends by Global Color Research™
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