International Interior Design Exhibition
The irrepressible Fleur Rossdale took over a swathe of the Hotel de la Poste in Brussels to stage the International Interior Design Exhibition, the latest of her showcase ventures, this time raising funds for Children and Families Across Borders (CFAB).
Inchbald graduates Henrietta Spencer Churchill and Christophe Gollut, where joined by Carter Tyberghein, Gert Voorjans and J. Phine amongst others to present impeccable room sets designed to showcase their talents and those of the craftsmen with whom they collaborate.
Standout contributors are undoubtedly cabinet makers Mathew Bray and Mathew Collins for their work on the breakfast room by Henrietta Spencer Churchill, Mathew McCormick bespoke lighting for the J.Phine living space and Nikelaur plaster and Veedon Fleece carpets for Carter Tyberghein’s bedroom / sitting room – for me the standout room set.
Many thanks to Fleur for kindly chaperoning me around the exhibition, a great combination of room sets and craft halls, bringing artisans, designers and artists together.
Henrietta Spencer Churchill / Mathew Bray and Mathew Collins
Carter Tyberghein / Veedon Fleece
J.Phine / Mathew McCormick Lighting