This September sees us back at Designjunction Cubitt House, we hope you can join us for another exciting London Design Festival.
This year's venue is an old Sorting Office from the 1960's which provides an industrial backdrop to some of the very best in modern furniture, lighting and textile design. The building is bursting with energy and plenty to see, from the more well known names of Conran, Hitch Mylius & Modus through to the emerging names of Bethan Gray, Dare Studio & Very Good & Proper... and we're delighted to be sharing floor space with them all.
As well as three floors jammed full of design, there are pop up stores galore, some very cool restaurants (from Canteen & Fernandez and Wells) and even a cinema... the buzz about the place is tangible.
So before this dynamic show is packed away for another year, it really is worth a visit... we hope to see you there...
We had a great week enjoying all that the London Design Festival had to offer; from the larger more mainstream trade shows to the smaller (and often more interesting) side shows... Here are a few of our best bits:
The Dock; a really interesting venue which included a host of great designers from graduates to individuals to more established design companies such as: Tom Dixon, Tye & Co, Case Furniture and Massproductions.
Shiregu Ban's 'Paper Tower' sculpture (a 22m high structure made out of cardboard tubes) at the Royal Festival Hall
The Together Chair by Ben Huggins at Tent
and finally an installation we were very glad we stumbled upon, which was displaying the wonders of Corian