Lorraine Keane will host the Interiors Theatre every day of the Show and will interview an interesting variety of industry leaders.
Topics will include interior design trends, décor, home makeovers,
extending, finance and lots more
Lorraine Keane is an IFTA-nominated broadcaster and journalist.
Best known for her work over the last decade as entertainment
correspondent for TV3, she stepped down as anchor for Ireland’s most popular fashion and celebrity lifestyle show Xpose, after two years at the helm. During her time at TV3, Lorraine conducted interviews and reported from the most high profile entertainment events around the world including The Oscars, MTV Awards, The BAFTA’s and the Cannes Film Festival. She has also covered The Oscars for Sky TV in London and completed a series with UTV Ireland ‘Access with Lorraine Keane’.
Róisín Murphy, is an Architect, Interior designer and Artist. Róisīn’s award winning work has been featured in projects as diverse as high-end luxury retailers to tiny homes on the west coast of Ireland. Her design ethos is rooted in the love of natural local Irish materials and creating dynamic spaces even in the smallest ones.
She speaks on issues regarding Architecture, city planning and affordability as her reputation in architectural conservation and urbanism began in the 90’s when she started a student movement “SADD” that rescued large tracts of historical Dublin. This commitment to the conservation and environment is always in her work. where she regularly up-cycles building material as well as furniture.
Róisín will be at the Mitsubishi Electric Home Advice Theatre and DFS Interiors Theatre on Friday and Saturday
Meet Patricia Power at the DFS InteriorsTheatre over the weekend.
Patricia Power is one of Ireland’s most renowned Quantity Surveyors.
She has been a major feature on the much-loved TV Show RTE’s Room to Improve.
She was involved in the show for 5 out of the 10 series, and is best known for her straight-talking, no-nonsense approach, continually delivering projects on budget, whilst always considering and preserving the design aspirations by Dermot and the clients.