Designers to Lecture at Interior Lifestyle China

SHANGHAI, China-Seven internationally renowned designers from Europe have confirmed their participation at this year's "On Design" lecture series to be held in tandem with Interior Lifestyle China, scheduled for Oct. 13-16 at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre.

At the show, visitors will have the chance to see the latest interior lifestyle products ranging from personal lifestyle to table, kitchen and household effects, furnishing living, home and building textiles to lamps and luminaires and gift articles.

Confirmed speakers at the show include:

Julia Landsiedl, who will talk about how flea markets, fashion blogs and grandparents all inform the design process and shape the final product.

Janice Kirkpatrick's lecture will reveal the secret mission behind Graven Images' recent branding, interior and product design work in Aruba, Chicago, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.

Antonia Roth of the German Design Council will give an overview of current design trends in Germany and Europe.

Petra Eichler and Susanne Kessler from Sounds of Silence will discuss creating spaces to experience.

Other international designers speaking at the lecture series will be Mark Braun and Rianne Makkink of Studio Makkink Bey.

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