The BHD team are very proud to announce that the construction of our new design showroom is now well under way. Here are some photos to show you the beginning of our very own showroom transformation…..
Ben Huckerby Design is pleased to announce that one of their clients houses ‘The Manor House, Harrogate’ is currently featured on BBC 1 Drama ‘The Syndicate’.
Yorkshire born Interior Designer to the stars – Ben Huckerby – took to the catwalk in Next Top Model, Leeds in aid of Leeds Jewish Welfare Board. The celebrity event, which raised over £30,000 in crucial funds, was held at The Warehouse Club and included faces from Dancing on Ice, Harry Potter, Secret Millionaire and the world of football – to name but a few.
Ben, who was honoured to be asked to take part, showed his support by not only taking to the stage wearing a 3 piece dinner suit by Skopes Menswear, however, he also helped the team coordinate all the backstage organisation and designed and created the amazing table centre pieces.
The event was the brainchild of four Leeds business women, Amanda Port, Gaynor Sorkin, Danielle Buck and Belinda Richmond who picked 24 year old Jonny Laider and 22 year old Anisha Hamilton-Sutton as their Next Top Model, Leeds winners.
Ben, Managing Director of Ben Huckerby Design and the Designer behind Britain’s Best Home stated, “It was amazing to be part of such a fantastic event. It was for a great cause and together everyone raised substantial funds. Well done to the worthy winners.”
Top designer Ben Huckerby was hand picked to appear on the childrens TV show “I Want My Own Room”. Check out his debut appearance, following the link below.
Watch his next episode live on Saturday 12th November 10.30 on BBC2. His final show is Saturday 3rd December.
Design Director, Ben Huckerby and Senior Designer, Zo Ralphe-Smith fly to Paris for the Maison de Objet trade show.January 27th, 2011
The Masion et Objet is an interiors show for exploring trends, styles and ideas as well as buying the latest design products. Ben and Zo flew out to visit the show which was held at Paris Nord de Villepiente from 21-25 January 2011. More information can be found at http://www.maison-objet.com/