Board members travelled from Australia, Turkey, Korea, China, Denmark, Nigeria and the USA to attend the meeting and BIID International Director Simon Hamilton and Katherine Elworthy were delighted to be invited to meet the replica rolex watches Executive Board and join them on a fantastic visit to the newly opened View from the Shard.
BIID international director Simon Hamilton is featuring in IDFX's lead story; How can British designers benefit from a global perspective? ...asks Simon Hamilton, international director of the British Institute of Interior Design and owner of design practice Simon Hamilton Associates My role as international director of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) presents me with a great perspective of our profession: the similarities between the sector here in the UK and overseas, and the key differences.
Dining rooms are dying out as homeowners favour open plan living BIID international dierctor Simon Hamilton discusses how we are moving towards having open planned homes."Property particulars are starting to look very different.
Houses, especially older properties, were designed with people's lives in mind, with set rooms for set activities, but as times change so does what we want from our homes" Go to the Daily Mail's website to read the full article.Â
http://www.biid.org.uk/news/BIID in the press: The Daily MailBIID in the press: The TelegraphRise of open plan living BIID international director Simon Hamilton discusses the rise of open plan living.
Simon Hamilton, Director of the International Committee, is guest blogging for us to give an insight into the current activities of the committee: "For some time there has been mystery surrounding what the International Committee actually do.
We'd like to let you know we are constantly developing relationships and creating new connections for BIID interior designers abroad.
Just like so many BIID members we are all hardworking designers with our own practices.
We volunteer our time to spread the knowledge and experience we have beyond UK shores.
"The International Committee for 2011 members are Adrienne Chinn, Eduardo Cardenes, Lynne Hunt, Matteo Bianchi, Noriko Sawayama, Orna O'Reilly and Simon Hamilton.
If you think this is a market you would like to be part of then please contact the BIID office who will direct your interest to Simon Hamilton.
MIDDLE EAST Lynne Hunt London are currently working in Aqaba, Jordan on a couple of projects for Ayla.
Our Guest will be in discussion with our International Director Simon Hamilton at Decorex.
We will explore the world Jean-Marc and discover how the relationship between performance and interiors is stronger than ever.
During the discussion Jean-Marc will reveal the challenges and processes he goes through when designing for a specific performance and how he translates his vision into reality.
The delegation included Doug Atherley, James Charles, Simon Hamilton, Guy Oliver, Karin Verzariu and Julia Wong.
The British Institute of Interior Design will represent the Interior Design sector at the creative graduate Futurising Festival from 29-30 June. Â We will host an informative panel discussion with Lori Pinkerton-Rolet, Christopher Dezille, Simon Hamilton and Victoria Meale on 29 June at 6.30 pm.Â For further information and how to book please visit www.futurising.org and futurising.org/events/view/how-to...-interior-design-setting-your-sights-on-the-bigger-pictu/
Simon Hamilton is the Founder and Director of Simon Hamilton & Associateshe also finds time to fulfil his role as International Director for the British Institute of Interior Design, write, teach, mentor, present and judge the International Property Awards.
During his 20-year career, Simon has created numerous design schemes for commercial and residential clients including a sustainable yacht interior, a luxury holiday home in Southern France and a laser eye clinic in Harley Street.
Simon Hamilton, director of interiors consultancy Simon Hamilton and Associates, has set out his views on current trends in home design.
He observed that homeowners have come through a period of wanting things to be "very pared down and stripped away" and now want interiors that are more reassuring at "a time in which people are unsettled and not sure of the future".
"People want things that are a bit more worn in, and have a bit more heritage," said Mr Hamilton.
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