From 21st–24th September 2017, the London Design Fair will once again host the largest collection of international exhibitions, designers, brands, country pavilions and galleries, set in one dynamic location during the London Design Festival 2017. Some of these original and aesthetic pieces that will be showcased today would look absolutely stunning in your bedroom set, so take a look.
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Included in the line-up of Guest Country USA is sculptor and designer Fernando Mastrangelo. Using everyday commodity materials from salt to coffee, to sand, to glass and cement. Fernando creates unique furniture designs that balance ruggedness with refinement, and natural form with crafted geometry.
The creative Arlöv-based industrial design studio Andreason & Leibel will be presenting at the Swedish Design Pavillion. Design enthusiasts can expect bold and geometric designs. Furthermore, industrial designer and curator Petra Lilja will explore the interplay between craft and design.
Independent studios and global brands will feature throughout. At this year’s fair, lookout for a great number of inspiring, intrepid and innovative participants, including Matteo Cibic, an unconventional and exciting Italian creative studio that has an experimental and playful approach to design as well as Cole & Son, an English heritage brand that represents styles from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries in wallpaper designs, drawings and print designs.
London-based artist has a deep-rooted fascination with materials. Zuza is currently working on a long-term series of colourful gem-like sculptures.
Other brands you can look forward to are Marc Wood Studio, Charles Dedman, AE&Studio, Leith Furniture, Louis Jobst, Irina Razumovskaya, Bartek Mejor, Martin Albarran Studio, Ruiqi and Wik & Walsøe.
Featured at the British Craft Pavilion, Stoke-on-Trent-based ceramicist Reiko Kaneko will showcase her distinctive, expressive ceramics and glassware. Reiko’s work embraces Japanese craft traditions, including Kintsugi and Wabi-sabi.
Stoff Studios, a partnership between textile printer Carys Briggs and furniture designer–maker Andrew Mason, employs long-established craft methods in its work. The studio will present a range of tasteful and harmonious textiles and furniture.
At Scotland: Craft & Design Pavillion, a wide variety of brilliant artists will highlight their products in ceramics, lighting, glass, mixed media, furniture and textiles, including Patricia Shone. The Potter’s wood fired and raku fired boxes, bowls and jars are evocative of the rugged landscape that surrounds her.
Presenting a selection of Finnish brands, Finnish Form will be curated by ALVAR, an east London- based style and culture magazine with a Nordic twist. Visitors can expect the participation of Finnish brand, Iittala’s which produces original, combinable and multi-functional pieces that meet individual use and expression.
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