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Design devotees have decided the Top 50 Brands / Designers from London Design Festival 2013.
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WHO DESIGNED THESE? Find out at 100% Design at London Design Festival 2013.
Register now to visit: the show starts tomorrow the 18th September see link for full details.
TAG: 100% Design
Hot off the press: the 100% Design show party sponsored by RIBAJ and Heineken®, will feature a DJ set by none other than Dave Rowntree of Blur. Everyone’s invited to the biggest party of the festival following on from the successful night last year featuring Peter Hook (co-founder New Order/Joy Division). Don’t miss the event and show on Thursday 19 September from 6-9pm at the Central Bar.
Industrial production is a key theme at the London Design Festival for 2013 drawing designers in to uncover new possibilities for their own product ranges.
The Home Factory has been developed within the Interiors section of 100% Design to reveal the potential of 3D printing. The concept living space demonstrates the relevance of the technique for the interiors market and showcases some of the best products submitted within the genre for from a creative brief broadcast around the world.
Pushing boundaries are iMakr, Europe’s largest 3D printing store, who will be offering visitors the chance to produce their own portrait in the form of a figurine using the latest in 360-degree scanning technology. We will make sure we do not miss the opportunity to create the new mantlepiece ornament of ourselves. Definitely on the top of the list at 100% Design.
EXCITED: at the prospect for the second year running to be Media Partner at the legendary interior trade show 100% Design. Held between the 18-21 September and located at Earl’s Court, London the exhibition is the ultimate destination for UK and international design. Overflowing with carefully selected talent it is the biggest event during the London Design Festival and one not to be missed.
FOLLOW: the blog in the countdown to the show for highlights of the event.
REGISTER: now for free entry to the show.
DON’T MISS: The B.A. Ceramic Design Show, Part Two from Central Saint Martins offering a fresh perspective on ceramics using a multitude of creative processes. Cutting edge pieces complement the sculptural pieces seamlessly and clearly demonstrate the importance of ceramics as a core art and design discipline.
DATES: Wednesday 19th – Friday 21st June, 12-8pm, Saturday 22nd June, 12-6pm, Sunday 23rd June, 12-6pm.
ADDRESS: Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, Kings Cross, London, NC1 4AA
TAG: Central St. Martin’s
Deadgood have beaten off stiff competition to win the Best Brand at Clerkenwell 2013 on the S/S/A/W Design Billboard. Hundreds of design devotees cast their vote and positions were closely contested throughout the competition. At 6pm today voting closed and the winner was announced.
Clerkenwell Design Week is the UK’s leading independent design festival, one of the most fresh design events on the international design calendar. To win the No.1 position is no mean feat considering the wealth of talent on display. It is a massive achievement for Deadgood so congratulations to the whole team, to all the nominees and the final TOP 20 due to be featured in ISSUE 2 of S/S/A/W Collections.
Lastly folk’s the next show to feature on S/S/A/W Design Billboard will be the London Design Festival 2013. Thanks to all who voted your passion for design has not gone unnoticed.
Every now and again I discover an item of clothing destined for my wardrobe and to be passed on down the generation as a family heirloom to my daughters. I love all of Valentino’s lace dresses so it would be difficult to select one from the collection. The structured lace look is feminine yet modern and combines sheer with opaque.
Take the trend off the catwalk into the home and use sparingly to create a subtle statement with a piece of fine lace.
MORE TRENDS: S/S/A/W Collections – Interior trend magazine