designjunction has resided in Kings Cross this year and features over 70 pop-up shops, four exhibition spaces and over 100 stands selling lighting, furniture, homeware and accessories. We went to take a look.
We were excited to learn that several brands and design studios have unveiled exciting new collaborations, for example TFL has collaborated with Made.com and Loris & Livia and Vallila to launch a range of design products inspired by the London Underground.
Granary Square has been populated by eight giant monopoly houses, designed by creative director Michael Sodeau, which are hosting projects and live activities like Eizo’s ColorLab. “The laboratory-style setting is designed to show the intricacies of colour critical industries while demonstrating how Eizo’s latest technology maintains the accuracy and vibrancy of the world’s leading brands,” said the organisers.
designjunction is packed full of inspiring furniture, lighting, fabrics and accessories – perfect for picking up ideas for current projects in the studio.
Toulon-based OLED lighting company, known for its impressive interactive and motion-sensitive lighting installations which are featured in both residential and commercial locations all over the world including hotels and shopping centres.
A design practice using the power of light to create landmark sculpture, innovative products, bespoke lighting and R+D for ambitious architects, interior designers, brands and institutions globally.
We adore these chairs. London based, but with Mexican origins and a global outlook, H Furniture bring together beautifully crafted collections that improve with time.
Decode’s new Clam lights were designed to reduce the packaging and shipping volume of spherical lights. Decode have split them in half so one side fits into the other, halving it’s volume when shipped. Economical and chic – we love them!