It's very difficult to not heave from the amount of Star Wars BS that is pushed down the throat of fans and non-heavy users alike, but we have actually found five pieces that will work surprisingly well in an interior, even if it's not the hideout of a SW geek.
100% Design was nearly driven into the ground in previous years, and almost met it's old HQ's, Earl's Court fate. With new owners Media10 taking curation seriously again, and bringing it to a beautiful new venue, the 2015 edition proved to be amazing. The sunlit grounds of the Olymopia where a fresh air after the dark exhibitions halls one come to expect, and the qulaity of services and products was a wonderful surprise. Without being too self flattering, nothing could prepare the UK design industry for our 'Arcade Resurrection' line of pinball coffee tables. 'The Phantom' -being fully functional- was the biggest hit, never short of kids demoing the table, but the Astors and the Natuzzis also had a go. We met met lovely people from The Conran Shop, Harrods, Peldon Rose to name a few, and will surley return in 2016!
Gaston Leroux's widely popular piece - even you consider it a tacky rip-off of Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve's 1740 'Beauty and the Beast'- has inspired many in the past century. Iron Maiden's 1980 classic debut had a song with the same title, and pinball makers DataEast