The Show Village is proudly sponsored by NatWest and features this year's Future Living Home, in partnership with Smart Energy GB and The Quantum. Step inside and discover the show home which focuses on new home technology, future interior trends and ways to make your home more sustainable, find out more about it below.
With thanks to our Show Village sponsor,
The Future Living Home
Get ready to step inside and explore this year's The Future Living Home, in partnership with Smart Energy GB. Situated within the Show Village, sponsored by NatWest and designed by Owl Design, this year's home focuses on new innovative home technology, future interior trends and ways to make your home more sustainable. From its initial conception, the show home has been designed in response to the social uncertainty that 2019 has brought and focuses on the home being a harmonious sanctuary to escape to.
Next to The Future Living Home, check out Honda, our Official Automotive sponsor, who will be showcasing their new electric and hybrid models that will be making their UK debuts at the show.
Plus, check out our Official Electronic Partner, Currys PC World who will be showcasing the latest home appliances, smart tech and home entertainment at stall L535, and you can also see them in their natural habitat in The Future Living Home.
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From the moment the morning sun streams into your kitchen to the evening’s final sips of champagne in your rooftop hot tub; each day spent in the Quantum brings time to revel in life’s little luxuries. So whether you’re looking for a new jewel in the crown of your investment portfolio, or searching for that dream holiday home to treat friends and family, you might just have found the answer.
Designed and manufactured in Northamptonshire by Tingdene Homes, this unique new lodge is born from decades of knowledge and expertise, twinned with an ambition to inspire customers. The Quantum comes with a choice of three different internal layouts and two roof configurations – ensuring this stylish lodge can be tailored to the needs of both smaller groups and larger families.
About Tingdene Homes
Since 1969, Tingdene Homes has been one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of park homes and holiday lodges. A proudly independent business, its continued success is built on an unwavering commitment to quality and innovation, with a proven record spanning 50 years.
Based in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, Tingdene currently employ 220 people and are a steadfast and long-standing supporter of British manufacturing and craftsmanship. All of their homes and lodges are constructed to BS3632 standards in a state-of-the-art production facility, located just a stone’s throw from their redesigned and fully-accessible indoor showroom.
Meet the The Future Living Home Interior Designers
Owl Design is an interior design company established in early 2012 by Simone Gordon and Sophie van Winden. Their interiors delivered creative, yet accessible designs, showcasing trend-transforming looks with a harmonious balance between function and aesthetics and a distinctive personality. They offer a variety of Interior Design services and work on a range of projects, from residential to commercial.
This year The Future Living Home, Owl Design have been inspired by elements of design they love, the world around them and styles they predict will be popular in the years ahead.
The Future Living Home is a modular home designed around slowing living, sustainability and simple pleasures. It has been designed to create a feeling of calm, amongst the chaos of everyday life whilst still incorporating colour and elements of fun. It focuses on being less wasteful and more sustainable in materials and products used.
The design is in response to the social uncertainty that 2019 has brought. The Future Living Home focuses on the home being a harmonious sanctuary to escape to. The overall feel is calm, pared-back, warm minimalism with a lived-in thoughtful feel.
Organic shapes and natural tones are key design elements. It’s all about materials with sustainability in mind—natural wood, recycled textiles, natural yarns, and plush soft fabrics, along with warm terra-cotta and ceramics.