Plumen

The BEDG, through their area at the ICFF, provided the perfect platform to launch Plumen in North America. Having had a lot of interest from the States, it was really important for us to get out there. However, with a small team and even smaller budget it is very hard to do. The BEDG not only made it possible, they made it easy. The preparations for, and running of, the show were simple and straightforward. Whenever there was even the slightest problem either Pamela or Karin were on hand to sort it out. I'm looking forward to another successful show at M&O in Sept. 2011.

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AACDD Black Talent invited from New York to Los Angeles

2012-06-12 12:52 by British European Design Group

The BEDG/'s successful curated exhibition 'Black Symbiosis' of 16 AACDD designers at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (www.icff.com), America's leading interior design trade event in New York in May 2012, resulted in a spontaneous invitation to show at Dwell on Design 2012 at the Los Angeles Convention Centre 22 - 24 June 2012.

"Layered Identities" - Fusing indigenous cultural heritage and new identities

Out in LA to represent AACDD are Gary March and Adjani Okpu-Egbe, who also took part in a talk show with Dwell Magazine Deputy Editor Aaron Britt focusing on ho what extent - if at all - education in different cultural and intellectual environments can actually influence indigenous creativity.

Dwell on Design: dod.dwell.com

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Comment by Juliette Goddard | 2012-06-28

Nice to get an introduction to the USA, well done Gary and Adjani.

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