Cultural Agenda is one of the UK’s most successful boutique communications and marketing agencies working in design, culture and luxury lifestyle. Strategically led and results driven, we inherently understand the principles of design and our deep knowledge of the high-end interiors and design business, and its proponents, is unparalleled in PR.  Our clients include some of the most respected and best-known names in the industry internationally.

Our clients are part of a select portfolio and each individual or company has an approach and ethos with which we strongly identify and understand. The agency is proud to work with clients across multiple disciplines and who stand out in their field as representatives of the very best, luxury brands such as Smallbone of Devizes, Alessi, Hästens, Vanderhurd, Dedar, Shalini Misra. We are present at every UK and international design show from London Design Festival, during which we support Decorex, to Salone del Mobile, Maison et Objet and ICFF.



Founded by Davina Weir-Willats, Cultural Agenda is built on a solid reputation within the design, arts and interiors community and known for its creative and informed approach. A key player in the inception of Brompton Design District, Davina has worked with names including Cappellini, Alessi, Boffi, Cassina, Bisazza and Foscarini, among others, in a career that spans more than twenty years working at the heart of design. Davina is a Patron of Design at the V&A, Founder Patron and Trustee of the Design Museum as well as being a Trustee of The London School of Architecture.


“LAPADA has been working with Cultural-Agenda since 2013 and, following our association, we have nearly doubled our visitor numbers and in turn, exhibitor sales and re-booking rates. Not only have they helped us to raise the profile of the Fair, which they continue to deliver year-on-year, but their targeted and thoughtful approach has also raised the profile of our individual exhibiting dealers. The LAPADA Fair can be a challenge to work on in that we have over 110 exhibitors with a diverse range of stock, so where and how we position ourselves must be relevant to different types of audiences – all of Cultural-Agenda intuitively grasps and follows through on. Many of our exhibitors now feel comfortable enough with the who team to feed their own stories and images through, which is more than we could have hoped for.”.