September 11, 2015
designjunction has firmly established itself as the leading destination for contemporary interior design, held annually during the London Design Festival, Salone del Mobile, Milan and NYCxDesign, New York. Known for its uncompromising selection of leading global brands, designjunction is at the forefront of delivering cutting-edge design within challenging and expertly curated spaces. An expanding show now located in three international territories, designjunction continues to be a show for the industry, by the industry.
In September 2014, designjunction featured more than 180 world-class international brands set against the industrial backdrop of a 1960s Sorting Office in the heart of central London.The five day exhibition attracted more than 25,000 visitors through the door.
For a third consecutive year, designjunction presents lightjunction, the capital’s leading destination for high-end, contemporary lighting. The show will transform the old Dean’s office and staff quarters by presenting a curated selection of international lighting brands alongside pioneering, design-led lighting installations.
lightjunction will take place on the ground floor of The College, former home to the prestigious Central Saint Martins. The show will transform the old Dean’s office and staff quarters by presenting a curated selection of international lighting brands alongside pioneering, design-led lighting installations.
Wrong for HAY is a design company who make furniture, lighting and accessories for the modern world. Under the creative direction of Sebastian Wrong, and in collaboration with Danish brand HAY, the company is dedicated to creating progressive and accessible design-led products of authority and permanence. Based in London and driven by the idiosyncratic joy of the city, Wrong for Hay work with a talented roster of international designers who like to play with the possibilities of product. We celebrate diversity, eclecticism and good ideas.
Atelier Areti features the work of Gwendolyn and Guillane Kerschbaumer. The sisters set up their own design studio in 2008, after having worked for several architecture and design offices throughout Europe and the US. Atelier Areti is mainly based in London but the architect and designer work in close collaboration with master craftsmen and manufactures in Germany and Sweden.
Brokis: a synthesis of exquisite design, superior quality, and the remarkable craftsmanship of Bohemian glass artisans. Based in the Czech Republic, BROKIS produces exclusive glass lighting born of the skill of outstanding artisans continuing the age-old Bohemian glassblowing tradition.
Haberdashery was founded in 2008 by designers Daniel Siden, Mac Cox, and Ben Rigby over our common desire to produce narrative driven design, and have recently welcomed Mike Wellings onboard in the role of Non-Executive Chairman.
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The Lindholdt brothers are the original founders of CPH Square – the kitchen design that put Denmark on Wallpapers list of cool stuff in the world. The motto of the two brothers is ‘room for everything except compromises’ – and this motto describes the way they work – playfully and still consciously about quality and functionality.
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