Step outside this Autumn as LANDSCAPE returns to Battersea Park, 18 – 19 September, for a fresh delivery of outdoor design talent.
LANDSCAPE, the highly established trade show of the industry, is back for yet another year.
LANDSCAPE is uniting several incredibly talented landscape interior designers and architects, contractors, developers and landscape designers who are dedicated to sourcing the latest innovations and technologies in the landscaping industry. You’ll find these experienced professionals all under one roof for two days discovering some of the industry’s most ground-breaking products available.
LANDSCAPE SHOW 2018 promises to deliver a range of both fresh and returning exhibitors showcasing a variety of products from structures and buildings, stone and decking, garden furniture and sculptures to name a few. It’s a must visit event for any professional designer or architect looking to source the newest product ranges to use within their projects.
Ian Hunter, Materials Council, says ‘The thing that makes the LANDSCAPE Show stand out from other shows for me is it’s setting, its scale, the people and the talks programme.” With typically 86 per cent of the show visitors likely to recommend or use an exhibitor for a future project, the exhibitor list is going from strength to strength every year. There is a promising array of companies to meet and products to discover.
Alongside the main exhibition, there is a free to attend seminar programme. Hosted across four theatres there’ll be over 40 seminars available to attend throughout the two-day event. Each session is CPD accredited and addresses current topics that are integral to the industry. LANDSCAPE has carefully planned the seminar programme to include a representative from each sector of the landscaping world, so there is something for everyone.
Some of the esteemed speakers to mention include, Daniel Lobb from Bestique Landscape & Garden Design, discussing the various vital elements of 21st Century Design, as well as Caroline Worthington from the Royal British Society of Sculptors. There is no need to register your interest for seminars, simply turn up on the day. Make sure to check out landscapeshow.co.uk over the next couple of months for the latest announcements on who will be joining the impressive line-up this September.
In addition to the incredible event, you can stay up to date on the latest cutting-edge news and insight into remarkable projects through LANDSCAPE’s monthly digital magazine, available online.
The show is open from 10am-6pm on Tuesday 18th September and from 10am-5pm on Wednesday 19th September. The exhibition and all seminar sessions are free to attend, simply register in advance at: www.landscapeshow.co.uk/register.