Celebrating its second year at the London Design Festival, yesterday Tramshed launched its 2011 trade exhibition showcasing an awesome range of great designers. Inhabitat was on the scene to scope out the diverse show and all the latest innovative items from today's contemporary designers. With a particular focus on traditional craft and unique forms - specifically re-creating an artisan sentiment - the show was a big hit. Read on for the exclusive peek of our favorite green designs from Tramshed 2011!
The latest range of Plant & Moss lamps have transformed filters into these great light fixtures! Each one is unique and elegantly emits a warm soft glow through its delicately folded white paper.
Made from sand cast recycled aluminium, this sturdy Reeves Design bench would make the perfect addition to any elegant garden.
Inspired by the mountains of Snowdonia, these great little circular boxes are the latest from the award-winning designer of the LEGO Greenhouse, Sebastian Bergne. They are part of Tuke and Tuke’s brand new collection.
Miranda Watkins Design launched Turn Wood, a beautiful new range of bowls and dishes crafted from elegant sustainable ash.
Developed for the Tramshed exhbition hall at London Design Festival, VONSUNG celebrated craftmanship and innovation with their Glasshouse pop-up cafe. The agricultural design gave the cafe a natural edge!
In the dining area the Bouroullec Brothers have created a fantastic light installation in the form of scattered green leaves susupended across the ceiling.