What's On

This year Sleep + Eat redefines its vision, announcing exciting new launches that highlight its position as the authority in hospitality design across Europe. Featuring a range of hotel, restaurant and bar-focused projects alongside inspiring new installations and product launches, the show will also make its debut at Olympia London. See below for some of the newly launched projects and concepts, and register now to be the first to hear the latest announcements.

Heleri Rande Eat Theatre Sleep Hospitality Restaurant Bar Design

NEW: The Eat Theatre

Curated by Supper magazine’s Heleri Rande, the new Eat Theatre features insights and expertise on a range of topics including designing for Michelin star chefs, food tech and the reinvention of afternoon tea through product design. Read more»

Eat Set

NEW: The Eat Sets

New for 2018, the Eat Set installations will shine a light on four talented interior design studios as they’re each challenged to design a pop up-sized restaurant, cafe, cocktail bar or nightclub concept. Take a look at the designers»

Animalia Exhibitors

New, established and international exhibitors

From furniture and fabrics to lighting and surfaces, expect to see a range of world-class products and launches from new exhibitors Dedar, Poggenpohl and Atlas Concorde. Sleep + Eat brings together more than 150 international design brands, including lauded returning names like Grohe, Roca, Style Library and Chelsom. See the full exhibitor list»

Sleep Set

The Sleep Sets

In a new twist this year, the Sleep Set installations will see four interior design studios each partner with an international brand to devise a popup-sized hotel room concept. Hirsch Bedner Associates will partner with the Natural History Museum; Denton Corker Marshall with West Ham FC; Yasmine Mahmoudieh with Penguin Modern Classics and AB Concept with Hermé Paris. Take a look at the designers»

Guy Dietrich

The Sleep Theatre

The highly coveted Sleep Theatre returns in 2018, curated by Sleeper magazine’s Guy Dittrich. Featuring big hospitality design names with even bigger ideas, the programme is packed with keynotes, panel discussions, trend forecasts and more. Browse the programme»

Jun Aizaki Creme Design

The Sleeper Bar by CRÈME Design

Designed by Jun Aizaki of CRÈME Architecture & Design and supported by Sleeper magazine, this year’s bar explores traditional natural dying processes and celebrates the colour indigo. Showcasing the intensity and beauty of the indigo finish when dyed on wood, the bar will provide a vibrant place to meet and drink. Keep reading»