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New household items at 100% Design

The largest single-site design event in the UK kicks off on Today at London’s Earls Court.

Below is a selection of items from the floor, ranging from the innovative to the quirky to the chic. 100% Design runs until 22 September

Console O by JiB Design New household items at 100% Design New household items at 100% Design Jib Design 001

Console O by JiB Design

Bo Youn Song, head of design: ‘The initial inspiration for the furniture came from our indoor garden, a rather sporadic assortment of plants and pots. It got us thinking about creating furniture with storage behind doors and a surface to display plants/books/other objects. This concept is realised in the furniture, which has a sunken top surface filled with handcrafted ceramic vessels. They can be used as planters, containers to hold objects, or as pure decoration’

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Money bowls by Arthur Analts

These bowls are made in collaboration with the Bank of England. The small ones are fashioned from 1,000 shredded pounds and the large from 3,000

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Each layer of this sideboard tells a different story from Portuguese history using handpainted tiles

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Lamp collection by Servomuto

The designers of these pieces are inspired by vintage lampshades. Each lamp (from £370) is handmade using artist-commisioned images and trimmings salvaged from, for example, army blankets and theatre curtains

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Amy floorlamp by Delightfull

This reading lamp (£1,170) was designed as a tribute to Amy Winehouse

via The Guardian

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