The London Design Festival continues at full pace and next up on my list as part of my collaboration with Treniq, is the London Design Fair. Located in the uber-cool creative heart of East London, the London Design Fair is a four-day event that brings together 500 exhibitors from 28 different countries.
I loved the mix of modern design and technology at the show, but this year the use of more tactile materials, texture and organic forms seemed to offset the use technology – making it far more realistic and achievable for the regular home. Re-use and recycling is thankfully still popular, and there is a definite movement towards making creative use of waste materials from various industries. In colour prediction news, as at Decorex, brass and greens make a regular appearance.
Something I really noticed at this particular show, was the support of young, and up-and-coming designers, which can only be a good thing! I hope you enjoy my video edit of what caught my eye at the London Design Fair this year.
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The London Design Fair
As the destination of the annual London Design Festival over 27,000 influential; retail buyers, architects, interior designers, press, designers and design-savvy public attend to see and specify the very latest; furniture, lighting, textiles, materials and conceptual installations from around the world.