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Design PopUp Glasgow 2016

Design PopUp Glasgow 2016

Design PopUp, the temporary showroom for the specification market is back in Glasgow for the third time from June the 8th - 16th.

Interior design show Glasgow

Here at Amos Beech we are exited to take part!

Design PopUp

An exciting line-up of market leaders as well as up-and-coming suppliers to the building industry will be showcasing all the latest products and innovations to architects and designers based in Scotland.

Created in 2014 by Double S Events, #DesignPopUp was shortlisted for the “Best Exhibition” category of the UK and Scottish Events Awards 2014 and 2015. #DesignPopUp also offers a rich program of side events including the ever so popular launch night, CPDs, private views, networking, workshops and seminars. So, have a look at the exhibition and at all the amazing products on display while networking and meeting new people!

We would be delighted to invite you to come along to the Parmesan and Prosecco party that launches every #DesignPopUp event to meet and mingle with colleagues and friends from the building industry. The Parmesan and Prosecco party is held on the 9th of June. Please let us know if you would like to join us on this evening and we will mail you the registration link as this is by invite only.

Architects Benevolent Society

Come celebrate with us the third edition of #DesignPopUp Glasgow while fundraising for the Architects Benevolent Society. The Architects Benevolent Society is dedicated to helping architects, assistants, technologists, technicians, landscape architects - and their families – in times of need. They help people of all ages who have experienced illness, accident, redundancy, unemployment, bereavement or other personal misfortune. Their support ranges from confidential advice to financial assistance. You can read more about it here: Architects Benevolent Society.

We hope you will be able to join us at both the party and at some point during the 8 day event which includes CPDs and seminars on a wide range of topics such as Architecture, Design & Sustainable Building, Safety, Security& Building Regulation, Building Solutions & Materials and more.

The Venue

The event is held at The Briggait, a beautiful Grade A listed building in Glasgow’s Merchant City. Originally built in 1873, it has been transformed into a new home for visual artists and cultural organisations. The Briggait was the city’s fish market for over 100 years. It’s been described by Historic Scotland as ‘Scotland’s most important collection of surviving market halls’.

Amos Beech

"always on the move"

Amos Beech Commercial Interiors Glasgow are exhibiting a range of furniture from various manufacturers with the main focus being on a selection of flexible pieces from Actiu which promote Agile Working.


Amos Beech are showcasing softseating from Actiu. The  Badminton chairs intended as an iconic element within the office, and the Longo which fuses soft seating with the office. We will also be displaying the Wilkhahn ergonomic office chair ON®, the world’s first office chair with Trimension® technology as well as the IN® chair - 3D seating at its best!

During the event we will take some pictures and a video, so please return to this site to view them.

So see you all there!



The perfect tonic after months of non-stop hard work for the design team, Salone del Mobile, Milano 2016 was awesome!

From the moment we landed until the moment we left, Milan was a feast for the eyes. Everywhere we turned there was exquisite detail. Whether it was architecture, structure, colour, materials, food, or flowers, our creativity was stimulated well beyond expectations.

Milan is a vibrant, stylish city, steeped in history and offers an eclectic mix of not-to-be missed events throughout the year. During Milan Design Week in April, the city is swarming with an enthusiastic and inspiration thirsty band of international architects, designers and specifiers all requiring sustenance and accommodation. The efficiency with which the city and its locals coped with this influx was beyond impressive and at no point did it feel over crowded or too busy. With free Wi-Fi access throughout the city centre and encompassing the subway, navigating Milan was simple and hassle free.

Representing the biggest event in the World’s furniture calendar, it is certainly one not to be missed going forward.

Material trends we noticed across furniture, lighting, kitchens and accessories were marble, copper, timber, leather, coloured glass and plastic. Typically, most of our compatriots in design took the opportunity to showcase their own personal sense of style whilst representing their company’s latest offerings which of course added to the exciting mix of colours, textures and materials.

There was a strong sense of reality at Salone Satellite, a platform for emerging designers. Gone were the old desires to be rich and famous. This was replaced by altruistic concerns about society and the planet and a determination to make a living working on solutions for real world problems through new ideas and of course the exploration of the latest new materials technology has to offer.

In short, this networking and buying opportunity had a massive visual impact on us resulting in whet appetites for innovation, quality and originality. A determined, refreshed desire to stretch ourselves, commercial interior designers Edinburgh, beyond self-belief and way beyond our competitors.

All that said and done, emerging from the Metro at “Duomo” to the breath-stealing sight of the oldest Gothic cathedral in Italy alone, would quite possibly have had the same affect.

Milan, we will be back!