designjunction returns for its eighth year in September 2018 as part of London Design Festival.
Warehouse Home returns as proud media partner to designjunction this year. Running from the 20th to the 23rd of September, the design show will present an exciting mix of established and emerging UK and international brands. Hoping to attend? Visit the designjunction website to register. We'll see you there!
Designjunction returns for its eighth year as part of London Design Festival, this time in an exciting new location: London's South Bank. The design show will take place in three venues. The Doon Street site will feature furniture, lighting and retail. Riverside Walkway will feature outdoor installations. And the impressive industrial Oxo Tower Wharf will house exhibitions and experiential events. Visitors to the show can see over 200 exhibiting brands, including established names and emerging designers. As a proud media partner, we've put together a round-up of things to look out for.
Broste Copenhagen are a new addition to designjuction this year and will be showcasing a range of designs from furniture, including a new modular sofa, to home accessories, featuring a new series of ceramics.
James Burleigh is a London-based designer and contemporary furniture maker. His signature collection uses colourful laminate and solid wood edges to create a range of tables, benches and stools. In addition to presenting updates to existing products, the designer will launch the new Café table and Louie low coffee table at designjunction.
Bathroom brand VitrA will present the new Plural collection, conceived by designer Terri Pecora. This collection explores the idea of the bathroom as a social environment for families, inspired by the long-standing tradition of communal bathing spaces.
Very Good & Proper
Another furniture brand that we'll be pleased to see again is Very Good & Proper, whose work we've previously featured in Warehouse Home Issue One. This year at designjunction they'll be celebrating 10 years and showcasing a range of their classic designs as well as new collaborations.
Vancouver-based contemporary lighting company ANDlight will unveil three new product families: the Orbit and Vine series, and the minimal Array collection.