In just over 2 months the London Design Fair opens its doors to 29,000 visitors at the iconic Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch. With a host of new components, including; The Bathroom Gallery in partnership with ELLE Decoration; Crossovers: a collectible design journey and the Design Milk, Milk Stand
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Flensted Mouritzen as part of Crossovers
Showcasing as part of Crossovers our collectible design component for 2019 – designers Ragna Mouritzen and Troels Flensted have come together to form Flensted Mouritzen. Their first collection Revolve is a result of the pair’s fascination with old stucco materials and moulding techniques. See this alongside another 70 exhibitors as part of Crossovers by Adorno.
Hall 14

 

 

Stitched
Founded in 2016, Stitched offers eco-fabrics made to order. From upcycled silk to hemp-blend, to recycled plastic bottles Stitched’s product range is a varied mix all with an eco-conscious thread running through.
Hall 10, Stand 10.66

 

 

Made by Choice & Matthew Day Jackson
Finnish design brand Made by Choice will present Kolho, a series of tables and chairs created by American artist Matthew Day Jackson in collaboration with leading surface solutions brand Formica. The series is inspired by the surface of the moon and named after the small town of Kolho in Finland, which is home to the Formica Group factory. The Kolho series plays with both plywood forms and a Formica laminate designed by Jackson, that subtly replicates the surface of the moon.

 

 

KONK Furniture
Bristol-based KONK design and manufacture custom-built furniture, handcrafted by an expert team of makers in the South West. Founded by Architect Alex, the company has expanded into one of the areas leading furniture manufacturers.
Hall 10, Stand 10.11

Our New Designer’s Winners
Earlier this month the team took to New Designers to select two up-and-coming talents to showcase their products with us in September. After much deliberation, we decided on two brands with sustainability at their core, Wales-based Sit Still Studio and duo High Society.

Sit Still Studio
Designed and made in Wales Sit Still Studio design and manufacture distinctly playful pieces. Employing Welsh makers and manufacturing with organic sheep’s wool and locally sourced Ash, the brand prides themselves on production methods that embody their design process: “honest, local and decidedly not trend-led; favouring a timeless and enduring aesthetic.”

 

 

High Society
Hemp, tobacco and pomace – all unconventional materials for product design. Lighting brand High Society have delved into plant-based waste streams for their first collection, hydroforming the materials to create robust lighting shades inspired by the studio’s base deep in the Dolomites.