Key Highlights From Design Week 2022

KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM DESIGN WEEK 2022

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The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018 ⇒ Between 15-23 September 2018, visitors can expect to see a wide variety of exhibitions throughout numerous venues and institutions in London. It’s the London Design Festival, and PullCast will be there! We leave you with a simple guide for you to follow in September.

Best Design Events To Attend

Decorex

PullCast Shined Brightly at ICFF 2018!

The event Decorex is internationally renowned for being one of the best platforms to find the most coveting concepts and products regarding interior design, which is developed by emerging and well-established talents. This year’s edition will take precedence from 16-19 September in Syon Park. In this event, you can expect to see luxury brands like Covet House (H47), Boca do Lobo, Rug Society (H45), Luxxu, Pullcast(H42), Casamance (C24), Lasvit (H33), Nicholas Haslam (B37), THG Paris (Booth C37) as well as Santorus, a unique brand dedicated to fashion and interior design, especially in cushion, fabrics and wallpapers. The brand will also be present at 100% Design.

100% Design

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018

Considered one of the best destinations in the beloved London Design Festival100% Design is actually the largest and longest-running design trade event for industry professionals in the UK. From 12-19 September, this will become the best place to find the most appealing interior design trends, inspirations as well as emerging talents. This year, the event has introduced brand-new features, including the affluent area of West Kensington Design District, 100% Features that celebrates forward-thinking design, 100% Forward that honours emerging talents in sectors like lighting, textiles, furniture and product design, 100% Build London, which is a show dedicating for the construction and architectural industry, Design Best Sale Shop, among many other attractive exhibitions. You can expect to hear from some of the world’s best designers and architects in the show’s talks, including Marcel WandersKelly HoppenThomas HeatherwickPhilippe StarckJohn HitchcoxJade JaggerMark Davison and Steve Leung. 100% Design also grants the opportunity for one to meet some of the best luxury design brands in the world, including DelightFull and Essential Home (Booth L421), Antoniolupi (L330), Tuuci (Booth L257), Vincent Sheppard (Booth L360), and countless others.

Designjunction

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018

In 2018, designjunction has found a new location in the cultural hub of the South Bank. The event will take place from 20-23 September and will encompass a combination of global furniture, lighting, accessory, material and technology brands, who have the opportunity to meet, do business and be inspired by one another. The event hosts numerous pop-up shops, installations and interactive features, making Designjunction one of the most exclusive and prestigious events in London and worldwide.

London Design Fair

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018

The London Design Fair takes place in the creative heart of East London. The new edition will occur from 20-23 September and will bring together 550 exhibitors from 36 countries. Here one can find the latest trends in furniture, lighting, textiles, materials as well as the most astonishing conceptual installations from the world’s best minds. Within this fair, there’s also plenty of events including Tent London an event dedicated to contemporary art.

Focus/18

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018Located in the Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, Focus is recognised as a primary destination for creative excellence. Each year, the event gathers thousands of makers and thinkers from the industries of interior design, architecture and fashion. Colour will be one of the main aesthetics for the upcoming edition.

British Art Fair

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018

For its 30th anniversary, the prestigious art fair will celebrate modern British art from the last 100 years. The event will count with the presence of over 50 leading dealers as well as plenty of peculiar exhibitions taking place at the Saatchi Gallery, from 20-23 September.

Lapada Art & Antiques Fair

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018Over the years, Lapada Art & Antiques Fair has grown quite fast, becoming one of the most beloved international showcases when it comes to art and antiques. This year, the event will take place at the Berkley Square, from 14-19 September. Around 100 exhibitors are expected to participate within a wide variety of sectors, from art and antiques to design and decorative arts as well as jewelry, furniture, carpets, ceramics, and many others.

Best Design Districts to Visit

One of the most important components of this marvelous design week is London’s highly curated design districts. Each one features a cluster of events and exhibitions that allow visitors to truly enjoy the extraordinary lifestyle and design essence of London.

Bankside

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018Bankside Design District is a celebration of the area’s thriving creative industries with a programme of installations, open studios and interactive workshops. Here, one should definitely check out the Tate Design Week and Bankside secret garden.

Brompton

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018

The 2018 programme was curated by Jane Withers Studio focusing around the theme of “Material Consequences”. Many enticing design projects will be shown that question the role of design on a local and a global scale. In this district, you can visit the showrooms and design stores of some of the world’s best brands, including MeridianiKartell WanderCitcoMolteni & CPoltrona FrauB&B Italia, and countless others.

Clerkenwell

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018For its fifth year, the design district will appose the best multi-disciplinary elements of this historical region. Zaha Hadid DesignVitraKnollTOTOViaduct and Moroso are a few of the most renowned manufacturers that will be present.

Mayfair

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018Quality and craftsmanship are two of the main focus of this exceptional district. It gathers interactive exhibitions from the best galleries. Once known as a more traditional location, The Mayfair Design District now showcases how evolving and opened it has become when it comes to contemporary and collectable design.

Victoria

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018

Victoria has been one of the most recently transformed and well-connected areas in London. Presenting a vibrant and bustling character, the district gives birth to major investments. Here, creative thinkers and visitors will be able to gather and enjoy “world-class experiences”.

Fitzrovia

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018

This creative hub is known for being quite diverse and innovative housing plenty of design styles and disciplines. It actually has some of the most long-standing design houses in the world, such as Ligne Roset as well as original start-ups and independents. As a whole, it nurtures the finest things in British design.

Marylebone

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018The Howard de Walden Estate and the Portman Estate are responsible for the coordination of this design district. Through prime partnerships, they have been able to develop an environment where creativity can shine through. One of the main attractions of the district is the Conran Shop, a prestigious design store dedicated to furniture, lighting and gifts.

Pimlico Road

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018

Located right next to the Sloane Square, the Pimlico Road Design District is a phenomenal platform for retailers, especially those specialized in interiors and textiles. FBC London, the Magic of Bespoke and Poggenpohl are a few brands you should definitely check out.

Regent St. 

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018This design district was launched just this year and will combine the best of globally recognised names and unique independent boutiques to create a programme of varied design experiences for the London Design Festival. You should certainly keep an eye for Italian Design at Christie’s and Bethan Gray.

Shoreditch Design Triangle

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018Shoreditch is a true celebration of the best that this area has to offer. It brings together the very best product launches, exhibitions, installations, workshops, talks and tours. London Design Fair takes place in this district. One of the best exhibitions to see this year will be Oneroom by Bethan Laura Room.

West Kensington

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018This affluent area brings together leading design destinations, cultural institutions and must-events, such as 100% Design, during one of the biggest festivals of the world. Yoo is also one of the brands you should see in this district.

 

Best Cocktail Parties/Gatherings to Go To 

 

Covet London

Cocktail Party: 17 September at 17:00 pm / Pop-Up Store: 19 September at 17:00 pm. 

Covet LondonAnnouncing the 1st Edition of the Covet International Awards has the noble mission of celebrating design with professionals and enthusiasts, offering an intimate and authentic design experience.

Address: 1 Regal House, Lensbury Avenue, Fulham London, United Kingdom

Tom Dixon’s Electroanalogue

Monday 17th September – 8.30am – 11.00am

The Guide You Need to Follow For the London Design Week 2018The proficient designer will host Electronalagoue in the brand’s new HQ and flagship shop in King’s Cross. This gathering will be exploring all realms of digital innovation in a wide variety of installations and interventions. It will count with the collaboration of Bill Amberg Studio, Teenage Engineering, sound artist Yuri Suzuki, sound lab Spiritland and ege carpets.

Address: The Coal Office, 1 Bagley Walk, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4PQ

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