Join HOME for an exclusive day of inspiration at Design Forecast
Inspired by the Milan Furniture Fair, Design Forecast is a private tour of Auckland’s design community, led by HOME editor Simon Farrell-Green. Please join us for a day of workshops covering the trends that will shape the year ahead – along with an exclusive tour of the perfectly curated Britomart apartment you see above.
With many of our guest experts just returned from Milan – where every major brand in the world releases their new work – the timing is perfect to catch up on the look for 2018 and beyond.
At Design Forecast, you’ll be escorted by HOME’s editorial and events team, starting with a champagne morning tea. Along with four showrooms, we’ll visit the apartment of Kristina Pickford in Britomart’s historic Dilworth building. And we’ll stop for a bespoke lunch, accompanied by local wines, at Cibo.
Friday 18 May 2018
Tickets cost $90 and include all your costs for the day, including lunch at Cibo and transport.
Champagne morning tea at Matisse
Lunch at Cibo
Wine and cheese at Studio Italia
Our guest experts
Matisse – Jeanne Bertenshaw
After 30 years in business, there’s little Jeanne Bertenshaw can’t tell you about design. She and her team will download on the latest from Vitra, B&B Italia and Herman Miller.
Backhouse – Michelle Backhouse
Three generations of Backhouse have made furniture their business: along with their own JWB range, we’ll hear about the likes of Kartell, Stellar Works and Normann Copenhagen.
ECC – Mike Thorburn
The irrepressible Mike Thorburn has a unique eye for design. And with brands including Moooi, Tom Dixon and USM on board, Thorburn’s in the know for the year ahead.
Studio Italia – Valeria Carbonaro-Laws
Raised in Milan, Carbonaro-Laws lives and breathes Italian design. We’ll hear about the latest from Poliform, Knoll and Kettal – and, if we’re lucky, a bit of gossip too.
Kristina Pickford Design – Kristina Pickford
Pickford’s meticulous renovation of her Britomart apartment featured in our February/March issue. She gives us the tour, including some terrific pieces by USM, Flexform and Knoll bought specifically for the space.