designjunction 2017; Push does the rounds

It’s London Design Festival and the city is filled with amazing events and installations. First up on our list was designjunction, a trade show presenting more than 200 brands in raw industrial locations. We’re talking jewellery, stationery, lighting and furniture design.

We ventured out to take it all in and shoot our favourite set ups. Take a look…

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At Granary Square you’ll find the colourful Gateways installation  created by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Land of Ceramics which is just amazing; it’s showing until this Sunday 24th September so get there quick.

Then there’s the Canopy; one of the best locations at deignjunction for home accessories and jewellery. Most notable is The Granby Workshop for the architectural ceramics and the Wolf & Moon stand showcasing the new No.7 collections (as well as those prior to).

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Another jewellery brand that caught our eye was Anuka. The pieces are individually designed and made using recycled precious metals. Very cool.

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For those who like simple, functional and thoughtfully designed products there’s Oggetto, a brand to get to know.  The colour combinations at the 12thirteen store space are also worth checking out;  the online shop offer up unique and handmade collections produced by artisans and up and coming designers.

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Over in the Cubitt House is a huge showcase of lighting designs, see the below from ANDlight.

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How gorgeous are these from Di Classe

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… and the above from Tala.

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Also, we need these Knot Cushions from Design House Stockholm in every colourway.

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The Deadgood space is another go-to for fun and colourful.

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An art piece in itself – the Shamsian Nizwa collection from Bethan Gray is exquisite.

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Kähler makes beautiful ceramics as seen above, head to Cubitt Park for a closer look. We love the darker colour scheme of the Fall/Winter 2017 collection.

Push x

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