Barcelona, Balearic Islands & Up-and-coming Brands
By LondonDesignFair / August 16, 2019
With just under 6 weeks until 550 brands descend on the Old Truman Brewery, we…
Located in the creative heart of East London, the London Design Fair is a four-day industry event that brings together 500 exhibitors from 28 countries, including; independent designers, established brands, international country pavilions, features and exhibitions.
As the destination of the annual London Design Festival over 27,000 influential; retail buyers, architects, interior designers, press, designers and design-savvy public attend to see and specify the very latest; furniture, lighting, textiles, materials and conceptual installations from around the world.
Assembly: the USA pavilion. Curated by Sight Unseen expect to see designers such as Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, Christopher Stuart, Fernando Mastrangelo, Steven Haulenbeek, Studio Proba, Earnest Studio & Bower, with many works seen outside the US for the very first time.
The British Craft Pavilion, curated by Hole & Corner doubles in size this year, with over 40 makers from Britain’s finest makers working in a range of disciplines; alongside these will be 2 large-scale commissioned installations by Ariane Prin & Zuza Mengham.
Taking its place alongside the other 12 country pavilions, and for the first time ever, Dutch design gets its long-awaited showcase in London with Dutch Stuff. The notoriously rebellious and unorthodox attitude of Dutch design will be represented by companies such as Vij5, Dutch Invertuals and Form&Seek amongst others.
Trade & Press can register before the event for free
On the door: £15
On the Door: £15
Thursday 21 September: 10am-7pm
Friday 22 September: 10am-7pm
Trade + Public:
Saturday 23 September: 11am-6pm
Sunday 24 September: 11am-6pm
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