Friday, 30 September 2011
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Thursday, 29 September 2011
Wednesday, 28 September 2011
Her light sculptures are more than purely functional products; they are also special if they do not burn. The 'Still Light' is a graphical mobile that you can adjust to the desired situation yourself.
In 2001, Nathalie graduated at l'Ecole National des Arts Visuels de la Cambre in Brussels, interior design department. As Belgian Designer of the Year, she succeeds other FELD designers as Bram Boo, Alain Berteau, Sylvain Willenz and Stefan Schöning.
Tuesday, 27 September 2011
The leading supplier of contemporary furniture in London since 1964, ARAM has a vast display of products in their 20,000sq ft store in Covent Garden from young designers such as Jaime Hayon, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and PearsonLloyd through to masters including Charles & Ray Eames, Le Corbusier Marcel Breuer and Mies van der Rohe. Situated over five floors including a gallery for new and experimental work, ARAM is home to collections from international maufacturers including ClassiCon, Knoll, Fritz Hansen and Vitra in addition to the Eileen Gray range for which ARAM holds the worldwide licence.
Products on show this year include sofa's, storage, lounge chairs, occasional tables and lighting from Cappellini, Cassina, Potrona Frau, and Eileen Gray.
Matthew Hilton is a Royal Designer for Industry with over 30 years' experience designing modern classics. In 2007, he established his eponymous brand as a place he could have complete creative control. Hilton specialises in creating sculptural designs with an elegant simplicity that belies the complex engineering. His work is held in the permanent collections of The Geffrye Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Photo credit: Josh Love at Love Vintage Furnirture
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Monday, 26 September 2011
Sunday, 25 September 2011
Silicone mesh revolutionizes and thrills the markets with volume, different textures and endless possibilities.
Saturday, 24 September 2011
Friday, 23 September 2011
Come and visit!
100% Design London
22 - 25 September 2011
Earls Court London
Thursday, 22 September 2011
The Thonet store at ‘THE SQUAIRE’ – a winning combination occupying some 240 m², the new store at Frankfurt airport allows the visitor to experience the latest collections by Thonet, among them future-oriented conference systems with integrated media technology and winning furniture ranges for the private and contract sectors, including chairs, tables, sofas, shelving systems and more. Alongside these there are Thonet’s famous bentwood and tubular steel classics, which are also part of the company’s current range. The Thonet store is aimed at professionals from the fields of architecture and interior design: retailers from Germany and Europe can get to the store in two or three hours by train, aeroplane or car. Visitors who simply want to while away a little time at ‘THE SQUAIRE’ can experience a little piece of the authentic world of Thonet: in this attractive new setting they can familiarise themselves with the firm’s rich tradition. THE SQUAIRE’s spectacular architecture provides the perfect backdrop for Thonet’s timeless, elegant designs. The company sees the store as the perfect platform on which it can convincingly demonstrate its approach to design. The new showroom will be overseen by Michael Thonet, the long-standing director of the Frankfurt-based Thonet Forum.
Thonet 2011 – a positive development the opening of another showroom clearly demonstrates once again that Thonet is investing in its future. After a much-needed restructuring at its Frankenberg base and the consolidation of all departments onto a single site, the company is now looking to strengthen its business abroad. To this end, the company is aiming to raise its market profile with the opening of its new showroom at Frankfurt airport and has also produced a bilingual Thonet collection book, which will appeal to both business clients and end users alike. These measures have all been taken on the basis of recent positive economic indicators: in 2011, Thonet has to date seen a double-figure increase in both turnover and new contracts over the previous year.
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Wednesday, 21 September 2011
Inline with Benjamin Hubert’s material-led design process, the project utilises a range of natural materials including granite, ash, marble, blown glass and leather. The range includes a dining table, side tables, dining chair, lounge chair and pendant light. British designer, Benjamin Hubert works on both mass-produced consumer products and limited editions. He has received international critical and media acclaim including being awarded Design of the Year at the British Design awards 2010, Best Product by Blueprint Magazine at 100% design in 2009, Homes and Gardens Young Designer of the Year at Design Classic Awards 2010, and EDIDA International Young Designer of the Year 2010.
Sixty years later Scandinavian design is still as popular and influential as ever with brands such as Marimekko who celebrate their 60th birthday this year, leading the way in innovative style with its unique and original prints. The centrepiece of the week long Marimekko pop-up shop will be the exclusive limited edition Heal’s Mistral sofa and armchair upholstered in iconic Marimekko fabric. Other products featured will include Marimekko home accessories for living, dining, bed and bath as well as gift. The pop-up shop will also provide the exciting opportunity to see the striking Marimekko ‘Scare Owl’ featured in the new Marimekko book Surrur, Make Your Own Marimekko by designer Aino-Maija Metsola.
In a whistle-stop tour of Scandinavian design, discover the stories behind some of the most colourful characters and iconic pieces to come out of Scandinavia since Heal’s first launched its Scandinavian exhibition in 1951, and find out the trends that are shaping the Nordic designscape today. Mysteries revealed along the way will include how the Danes make such flattering lighting, why the Finns will always spin the best yarns, who are the most cutting edge new Norwegians, and how the Swedes make just sitting down look so sexy.
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
Beau Mcclellan will debut their first lighting collection at designjunction during the London Design Festival. Drawing inspiration from their unique standalone lighting installations, their high-end range of products include: The Spin series, a set of table, wall and pendant lights; and Reveal, a series of pendant, table, wall and task lights made from quartz glass and coated with a mirror finish. Also on display will be Reflection, One, and Ray alongside the award-winning Bomac and Icicle ranges.
The sale will be finalised on 30th September 2011.
Under the agreement, Sebel Furniture will continue to operate as a standalone division of KI. Sebel Furniture will maintain its product portfolio of education furniture solutions, which will continue to be marketed and manufactured - along with KI select products in its current markets and territories.
Key purchase Considerations (requirements):
1. This acquisition is consistent with KI’s international growth strategy.
2. Sebel Furniture will enhance KI’s leadership positioning in our top core market education.
3. Sebel furniture shares common values with KI, including:
Focus on trusted expertise
Sebel Furniture is well positioned to grow under KI Leadership. Under the agreement, Sebel Furniture will continue to operate as a stand alone business. Its management team and staff will remain intact. There will be no noticeable changes for KI personnel.
Monday, 19 September 2011
This year’s roll call includes:
Kirsty Whyte: Twist and Nesting, an articulated oak and white nest of tables which aims to reinvent the tradtitional nest of tables and a modular walnut candlestick
Alex Bradley: Exchange, a oak storage bench with wool seat inspired by the 1950s telephone seat
Erik Järkil: K Series oak dining table, loveseat and chair, an instant contemporary classic
Great designers like Verner Panton, Georg Jensen and Arne Jacobsen don’t come along every day. Nor do they simply appear out of the ether. Talent needs nurturing and that’s what Heal’s Discovers is all about. Heal’s Discovers is a collection each year of inspired designs by the very best up-and-coming designers. By encouraging talented young design, helping with expertise in the fields of manufacture and retailing to produce inspiring products for the home, the Heal’s Discovers collection ensures that there is something different and original to discover at Heal’s.
Previous Heal’s Discovers designers include; Kay and Stemmer, John Reeves, Russell Pinch, Anthony Dickens.
The limited edition collections will be available from September at Heal’s flagship Tottenham Court Road store and online, with selected pieces available at Heal’s other stores.
Saturday, 17 September 2011
Lighting & Furniture Atelier
Bulletin 3. September 2011
“What's New What's Next @ 200 LEX”
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
ELLEDECOR.com editors Allison Mezzafonte & Amy Preiser will host a cocktail party and a panel discussion with Designers Jesse Carrier & Richard Mishaan on “How to make the Internet your most creative tool”.
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Friday, 16 September 2011
The nine day festival comprises of over 280 events and exhibitions staged by 200 partner organisations from around the world. Boss will take this opportunity to showcase the latest collection by Lyndon Design, now part of The Boss Design Group following an acquisition earlier this year. The Lyndon collection will be at the forefront of a week-long exhibition from 19th – 24th September titled ‘Design and Style Trends in Furniture and Fashion – A Retrospective’ curated by Rag&Bow: The Roaming Vintage Store™.
Hazel Holtham, Director and Founder of Rag&Bow: The Roaming Vintage Store™ commented; "Collaborating with Boss for London Design Festival works in perfect harmony with our passion for creating unique vintage experiences. The classic lines of the Lyndon range were the perfect muse for our interactive and visual exhibition."
Rag&Bow: The Roaming Vintage Store™ is a mobile retail concept, creating innovation in vintage retail and event production. Their hand selected collections are renowned for quality and aesthetic originality resulting in them collaborating with brands such Selfridges, Fallon, Tate and Channel 4. Visitors will be submerged into an exclusively curated, by-gone interior; complemented by a ‘live’ fashion presentation on the 20th of September.
Specially selected vintage pieces from Rag&Bow: The Roaming Vintage Store’s™ collection will also be available to purchase throughout the festival. The decision to acquire Cheltenham based upholstery seating manufacturer, Lyndon Design earlier this year, was made to bolster the group’s business strategy of ensuring future market and product development to meet their ambitious growth plans. Lyndon’s philosophy over the years has been to present collections that incorporate simple, uncluttered and classic lines. Boasting show-wood manufacturing technology in its in-house frame making facility, Lyndon Design is sure to make a significant contribution to the Boss Design Group.
About the opportunity, Richard Pugh, Managing Director of Lyndon Design said;
‘This is a very exciting time for me and Lyndon Design. We have some fantastic ranges and installations that we are very proud to be associated with.
He concluded; ‘The company is ready for the next stage of growth and being part of The Boss Design Group is the ideal vehicle to make this happen.’ To find out more about the Lyndon Design portfolio visit www.lyndon.co.uk or call 01242 584897
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Thursday, 15 September 2011
From the 19th of September 2011
Mermaids by Marcel Wanders during the London Design Festival 2011
During the London Design Festival, Moooi's London Showroom will be re-styled and sunk to the bottom of the ocean, where Marcel Wanders' most recent art project Mermaids, will guide you through Moooi's collection.
Dive into the world of Moooi Mermaids!
Monday 19 September - Saturday 24 September / 10am-6pm
Sunday 25 September / 10am-4pm
Late night open to the public: Thursday 22 September / 10am-8pm
Wednesday, 14 September 2011
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Late night shopping on Thursday until 8pm
Tuesday, 13 September 2011
Autumn is now upon us and Nest has been getting organised!!
Nest has sourced the some of the best storage solutions to meet your style and needs.
If you’re looking for affordability then look no further than the Hay Woody shelves.
For a super, sleek, contemporary storage solution the Viccarbe Do It storage cabinet fits the bill.
There isn’t a better time to invest in a classic and Nest’s top choice is the Vitra Kast shelf unit.
The Established & Sons Wrongwoods chest of drawers is unique, fun and ultimately functional.
If you want the something new, then the Skitsch Squilibri bookcase is perfect.
If you’ve got plenty of space and want a very practical solution, then the E15 Arie shelving system is the one to go for.
For even more inspirational ideas for the home and garden and 1000’s of products to search and buy, visit www.nest.co.uk or pop into their new showroom in Sheffield.
Highway Lounge by Form Us With Love
Highway lounge is a further development of the strong character and concept of the Highway chair. This new lounge version is a flexible easy chair with two different base options - sled or swivel. The back is available in two heights, and with optional armrests.
Monday, 12 September 2011
Stand B62 100% Design Earls Court
Hidden Art are a support organisation for designers and designer-makers, and have been taking part in 100% Design since the first event in 1995. They are sad to announce that 2011 will be their last 100% Design, as unfortunately they will be closing at the end of September, due to ongoing funding issues, although their e-shop will continue until the end of December.
However, Hidden Art intend on going out with a bang with their final stand. Based around the theme ‘Inspiring the Future’, they will be launching eight exciting new products from five designers. The collection of products continues Hidden Art’s track record in supporting small, innovative companies, ranging from a coat-stand inspired by a shard of ice, to vibrantly coloured fine-china bowls.
The designers have interpreted the theme in different ways: some of the products are futuristic-looking, some are manufactured in England (pointing towards a manufacturing future in the UK), and some adapt themselves to the modern home by space-saving and multi-tasking.
Sunday, 11 September 2011
Saturday, 10 September 2011
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Friday, 9 September 2011
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Thursday, 8 September 2011
Design Department Store is a very special event SCP are hosting during the London Design Festival 2011. They have partnered up with a variety of collaborators to create a relaxed location for the discerning design lover.
At the Design Department Store you will find a range of new product launches from SCP, Donna Wilson, Gubi, Michael Marriott, Rich Brilliant Willing and Rob Ryan. They also have the launch of the new Max Fraser’s London Design Guide, beer from Truman’s Beer and coffee served by Olympia Express. Michael Marriott is creating a seven metre high street side installation in tribute to Constantin Brancusi and there will also be food, music and plenty of space to sit down, relax and take it all in.
Visit their brand new microsite for the event, which is being updated daily with images and stories about the people and products on show:
Or visit the Design Department Store products section on the SCP website.www.scp.co.uk