September 26, 2017
The most exciting week in 2017 has passed! London Design Festival is always greatly awaited for and once again, it ended up not dissapointing design lovers. We had the privilege of visiting several of the events that make up this wonderful celebration in London and today we have the best moments we could find throughout this journey. From Decorex to designjunction, from 100% Design to Lapada London, see the London Design Festival greatest moments in pictures. Enjoy!
Starting with Decorex, held at Syon Park and celebrating its 40th edition. This was a fabulous display of design, with exhibitors from different styles and products, from floral arrangements to textile displays and pleanty of furniture styles to choose from. The highlight was clearly the reveal of Champagne Bar by Shalini Misra, a gorgeous lounge space.
At G41 we found Covet House‘s Stand, that blended the styles of its multiple brands into a gorgeous set-up.
We also headed over to Chelsea Design Center to attend Focus17, and the hosts dressed up their showrooms perfectly for the occasion!
We found a beautiful and cosy scenario at Sophia Passerini‘s showroom, combining light and the glamorous pieces to create a unique ambience.
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The most impressive venue was undoubtebly at 100% Design, Olympia London is gorgeous by itself, but the stands kicked up the fabulous aspect of this event.
Granary Square saw yet another edition of designjunction, with multiple venues and multiple purposes, all design aspects were celebrated this year, from jewelry to clothing, from furniture to art installations, from food to even car design! The colourful Gateways installation created by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Land of Ceramics greeted visitors to explore marvel the beauty of its arcs.
A small yet wonderful little booth was the one from Coveted Magazine, showcasing their latest edition while exposing several pieces included in the magazine.
Finally, for a different event, we stopped by LAPADA Arts & Antiques Fair, because antiques are fantastic with their historical background and great decorating properties!
At Stand C25, we found a masterclass in displaying neoclassical antiques in the sophisticated, well considered and eye-catching way of Craig Carrington.
Thanks to its playful fairground theme, Lucas Rarities at Stand A19 totally captured the imaginations of judges, taking home the best stand bragging rights!
Did you attend any of these events? Which one did you enjoy the most? Let us know!