Jo Plismy, designer & & founder of Gong comments, “It has been definitely wonderful having the ability to chat and fulfill with our consumers again after so long. Obviously modern technology is fantastic but you cant beat being able to see people face to face and going over ideas and projects in person. Ours is an imaginative market and having consumers able to see and touch the products in reality is so essential.”
Now preparing for Londons own International Interior Design Event, Gong will be showing a large range of their show-stopping lighting collections at Decorex. These consist of designs from their gorgeous Silk, Glass, Brass & & Metal, Rattan & Linen, and ONG Collections.
Having actually simply returned from exhibiting at Milan Design Week and Maison & & Objet, Gong are now busy preparing to share their most current designs with the UK market at this years Decorex. Occurring between 10-13 October at Olympia, Gong are anticipating inviting visitors.
After a very long time of not being able to display their lovely lighting and furniture designs, Gong are definitely offseting it now and have actually been delighted to attend this years most prestigious Interior Designs Shows throughout Europe.
To see all of these and a lot more be sure to state hi to Jo and the team on Stand A140 at Decorex. They will be on hand to address questions, discuss lighting, interior design and deal options to a large range of lighting predicaments, whatever size the project may be.
Ours is an imaginative industry and having customers able to see and touch the items in genuine life is so essential.”
I am happy that the Kabocha likewise fits in truly well with the other styles from the Silk Collection, which were typically motivated by shapes from the sea.”
NEW DESIGNSGong will also be showcasing some of their very latest styles consisting of the Kabocha, which is the most recent addition to Gongs stunning Silk Collection.
Jo explains her inspiration behind this stylish style, “Whilst visiting Devon a number of years ago, I was influenced by a field of gorgeous asymmetrical vegetables– the Kabocha. I liked their random shape and new immediately that it would make a truly classy light. I am happy that the Kabocha also suits really well with the other designs from the Silk Collection, which were usually influenced by shapes from the sea.”
Likewise, new for 2021 and on display screen will be the enchanting Dusia Light, revealed above. With its intriguing lattice-like metal work, it diffuses light softly, making lively patterns in the room. Available in both a wall light and a table light, Jo went back to her love of the ocean to produce this latest design utilizing the Favolaschia Fungus as her motivation.