Andrew Tanner

The BEDG is a unique organisation with a passion for design at the heart of their foundation. I have exhibited with the group over the last decade and the BEDG have, and continue to be, an integral support structure for my company and many others alike. Perhaps an unsung hero in the journey of the designer and maker but never to be underestimated for their strength, determination and vision in supporting emerging and established British talent.

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Comment by DAVID HAYWARD | 2011-07-15

I have now an established outlet in New York for my SCRIBBLER pencil and pen range. Lee's Art Shop 220 w 57 st. also I will be at Art in Action Waterperry Oxfordshire 21-24 July 2011

Comment by PAMELA HALL | 2011-04-08

the BEDG have a couple of stands at The International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York 14th - 17th May there is also a £1000.00 UKTI TAP grant.
Please contact me to discuss this further if you are interested.
020 8 940 7857

Comment by Lindsay Alker | 2010-11-25

My light shades are now available at Liberty of London and cushions at John Derian in New York. Looking forward to Maison et Objet in January 2011 with the BEDG!

Comment by Babs Moore | 2010-11-02

Oue challenge is to make designers and architects aware such a thing as invisible speakers exist. There is no need ruin the look and feel of listed properties with ugly audio video equipment for example see link for information on a grade 1 listed building in London. http://www.amina.co.uk/pdfs/casestudies/cheyne_walk.pdfAny ideas how we can get our message to more interior designers is very welcome.