While exhibiting at Designjunction last month, during London Design Week, we were able to have a look around the show and enjoy all the innovative designs from both UK and international brands. Packed full of design inspiration, from lighting to furniture to cars, take a look at some of our favourite displays below.
The stand neighbouring Artifact Lighting was Canadian brand ANDlight. Their modernist designs were in stark contrast to our industrial inspired lighting. The sleek, minimalist display by the Vancouver based company featured linear LED fixtures and sculptural pendants and desk lamps.
Eco-lighting brand Tala was also based on ground floor of Cubitt house, presenting the Voronoi III, the “world’s largest sculptural bulb”. Inspired by the overlapping of forest canopies as the LED filament wraps around a column to create a unique effect.
Di Classe was also inspired by nature with their ‘Paper Foresti’, a unique light shade made of paper leaves to create interesting shadows.
Upstairs in Cubitt House, contract furniture brands showcased their latest products. Deadgood launched their new collection of dining chairs and occasional tables while Danish design company, Icons of Denmark, presented their collection of conference tables alongside simple pendant lights and modular seating.
Designjunction stretched across the King’s Cross area, from Cubitt House, where we were based, to The Canopy, the retail destination full of pop up shops offering an extensive range of design-led products. In Granary Square, Renault presented the winner of their competition with Central Saint Martins, in which students designed the ‘car of the future’; in the centre of the square, Turkish Ceramics created a series of colourful ceramic archways.