The health and wellbeing of visitors and showroom staff are the Design Centre’s first priority, and there are many measures in place to ensure a safe visit to Focus/20. Please also be proactive in preparing a visit: be aware of the safety protocols and be diligent in following these guidelines to maintain everyone’s safety. Each visitor must monitor themselves and not attend if they are feeling unwell.
Registration is mandatory for track and trace purposes.
Physical distancing measures include limiting the capacity to two people in washrooms and lifts, the introduction of virtual pathways and one-way systems, while the use of stairs will be encouraged wherever possible. Information on how to remain socially distant and wayfinding signage have been placed at key locations, and temperature checkpoint devices can be found in in all ground floor lift lobbies and at the North and South entrances.
There is a rigorous cleaning regime: high touchpoint areas including handles, buttons, balustrades, doors, lifts and washrooms will be cleaned throughout the day, and there is increased accessibility and visibility of hand sanitisers.
In line with government guidance, masks are mandatory for visitors.
If you are a design professional working remotely and need assistance with your sourcing, we can help you source samples and products that meet your needs.
Make an enquiry with the Designer Sourcing Service: designersourci[email protected]
Ground Floor, North Dome
Two-Michelin-star chef John Burton-Race has devised a special lunch menu for Focus/20 that will exude the same colour and freshness as the show’s new design launches. Enjoy a two- or three-course set menu, with wine and cocktails also available. Book on 020 3937 5811
Ground Floor, South Dome
For something fresh and fast, drop in and pick up a sandwich, salad, coffee, juice and selection of cakes at this convenient pitstop.
Second Floor, Design Centre East
Head to this richly decorated space to pick up a sandwich, salad, coffee or juice – enjoy the genial setting, with its forested wallcovering, dark teal tiles and metallic details. The café will be operating with limited seating and safety screens have been installed for customer reassurance.