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London Design Festival 2008 Highlights

London Design Festival 2008 highlights

September is a design diary dream. With 11 action-packed days and over two hundred activities at this 12 months’s London Design Festival, making plans is prime. If you handiest visit ten occasions, do not leave out these.

1. Tent London
Join the cool crowd and hotfoot it over to Tent London (18-21 Sept) on Brick Lane, featuring 5 shows in one. Highlights encompass Content, displaying a mod mix of individual exhibitors and their new collections, Talent Zone which spotlights recent graduates, and Circa, Britain’s largest vintage event. All prove that desirable layout can be reachable to all. Don’t miss the red Bibliochaise by no one & co – a chair and shelving in one. It’s a book computer virus’s dream!

2. One hundred% Design
Spot large manufacturers, rising expertise and new merchandise at London’s pinnacle interiors alternate truthful 100% Design (18-21 Sept), showcasing the whole lot from furniture to floors (public day – 21 September). And brush up in your layout knowledge with it’s seminar programme featuring the industry’s maximum biting worries. Creative director Tom Dixon guarantees to elevate his voice on more than one event.

Four. Brompton Design District
Tom Dixon advises a experience to Brompton Design District – between the Serpentine Gallery and Brompton Cross. Hop on a tuk-tuk between pop-up exhibitions in unusual places and global-class establishments. We’ll be spotted at B&B Italia talks at the Monocle Café, Rabih Hage Gallery’s pop-up shop with Piet Hein Eek and Dixon and George Smith’s Knightsbridge ballroom-***-upholstery manufacturing unit. Celebrate the Conran Shop’s 21st anniversary at the long-lasting Michelin House.

6. Ceramics within the City
Ceramic fanatics will flock to Ceramics within the City (19-21 Sept) on the Geffrye Museum, returned for it is 7th 12 months. Expect an exuberant blend of colors, patterns and strategies inside the the works via forty new and mounted skills. Meet the ceramicists, buy their wares, watch casual demonstrations and entertain the youngsters on the craft workshops. That’s your weekend looked after.

7. Focus/08
London landmark Design Centre Chelsea Harbour plays host to the competition’s largest decor change display, Focus (21-24 Sept). Don’t pass over the loose public day on 24 September – a chance to view the ultra-modern fabrics, papers, fixtures and trimmings from pinnacle UK and worldwide brands in this epic glass-domed space.

8. Eureka
Don’t omit Design-Nation’s Eureka exhibition at Royal Festival Hall Ballroom (13-18 Sept), showcasing the first-class of British. Celebrate the collaboration among designers, shops and manufacturers in bringing new merchandise to the marketplace. See Hannah Dipper and Robin Farquhar’s dibdob for Habitat along different cutting-edge designs. Who do you observed merits £2000?

Nine. The destiny’s inexperienced
This 12 months sustainable layout occasions are spreading all over London. Discarded plastic turns into beautiful in Arts Co’s From Now to Eternity exhibition (19 Sept – 19 Oct) and reclining receives a rethink within the Alternative Sitting display (13-23 Sept). Lighten Up from redecorate, explores innovative lighting fixtures solutions and greengaged (15-23 Sept) on the Design Council is the focus for floor-breaking new debate.

10. Craft Central
Don’t spend all your money throughout the primary day of the competition. On the final day, snap up clothier deals at Craft Central (23 Sept) in St John’s Square, Clerkenwell. Alongside sneak previews of recent products, ten UK designers will sell off items like ceramic containers, glass butterflies and published cushions. Craft Central is a now not-for-income organization aimed toward growing a sturdy destiny for layout.

Annie is an expert furnishings and indoors layout writer. Her modern area of specialism is bath, desks and refrigerator freezers

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