Top 5 Exhibitions at London Design Festival 2016 – Our picks of the best exhibitions that will be taking place across the capital.
Maison Objet Paris has already finished. Now it is time to see London taking over as the most central and important point of Design showcase and discussion in Europe. And it’s going to be big, with so many events coming our way: Decorex, 100% Design, London Design Fair, Designjunction. All part of London Design Festival, the big branch of it. Today we highlight the Exhibitions and Exhibitors, showing you the most trendy and valuable projects made there.
The 39th edition of Decorex is about to happen and marks the beginning of the London Design Festival. The event will run from 18th to 21st of September and features more than 400 exhibitors across the globe. Decorex present edition focus on tracing the origins of design while acknowledging the inspirations that have shaped the industry in modern times.
Koket is definitely a must, regarding the Contemporary Furniture Brands on stand. Daring design aesthetic, high impact shows, lavish presentations and the notoriously risqué ad campaigns, have an uncanny way of conveying KOKET’s mission which is to create highly desirable empowering statement pieces.
UK luxury interiors market are busy preparing for this years major event in trend setting and inspiration for Interior Designers Worldwide. Decorex is the first of 3 events to open the 2016 London Design Festival. From the 18th to the 21th of September you will be able to explore the latest contemporary trends. Here we show you the Top Exhibitors on Lighting Design.
Luxxu is a new lighting experience, a brand that provides a collection capable of making your projects come true, combined the classic forms with a modern attitude. It’s made with the finest selection of materials as brass, glass and Swarovski crystal combined with rare handwork techniques and contemporary design.
Alison Brooks Architects have designed an urban installation for this year’s London Design Festival that showcases the structural and spatial potential of cross–laminated hardwood, using American tulipwood. The Smile is a collaboration with AHEC, Arup and Merk.
“The curved form allows the Smile to cantilever out from its center point to reach out into space. The curved floor, curved ceiling and curved walls create a dynamic and unfamiliar internal space. It is an undulating environment, between a landscape, adventure playground, bridge and a diving board.”
100% Design was first staged in 1995 and become the commercial cornerstone of the London Design Festival, with an average of 26,000 visitors per edition. It is a place to get involved with a unique networking of architects, designers, specifiers, retailers and developers, as well as multinational companies. A place to grow professionally and personally, featuring an usual incredible talks program, bespoke installations and a showcase of carefully curated world-leading brands.
Heralding a new, highly selective approach to luxury design events, Luxury Made is a new central London’s new contemporary decorative interiors show staged as part of the London Design Festival 2016 and will take place 21-24 of September. With a selection of some of the best manufacturers showcasing contemporary decorative and luxury furnishings, furniture, fabrics, lighting and accessories, Luxury Made is set to be a new focus for exceptional design, quality and inspiration. Here’s our selection on the top exhibitors.