London Design Festival

Plumen Unveils Gorgeous Glowing Oak Installation at the London Design Festival

Plumen Unveils Gorgeous Glowing Oak Installation at the London Design Festival

As part of London Design Festival's Designersblock, British brand Plumen debuted the Glowing Oak, a gorgeous lighting installation that toes the line between fantasy and reality. Located on the top floor

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9 Groundbreaking New Materials On Display at 100% Design

9 Groundbreaking New Materials On Display at 100% Design

Eric Klarenbeek's material samples are 3D printed from living organisms, such as mycelium, and combined with local raw materials. The fully compostable creations have a negative carbon footprint.

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Airbnb Unveils Four House-Shaped Pavilions in Trafalgar Square for the London Design Festival

Airbnb Unveils Four House-Shaped Pavilions in Trafalgar Square for the London Design Festival

Jasper Morrison’s design was conceived as a home for a pigeon keeper. Boxes and perches with model birds are housed in blackened exterior made from plywood. The small house, adequately located on a

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The Best Green Designs from Designersblock at the London Design Festival

The Best Green Designs from Designersblock at the London Design Festival

Artist Laura Daza is intrigued by how color has been used throughout the ages, and has used both the rituals and techniques used in ancient times to create authentic pigments. Such knowledge is

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Restless Futures Showcases Emerging Technologies and their Potential Consequences at the London Design Festival 2014

Restless Futures Showcases Emerging Technologies and their Potential Consequences at the London Design Festival 2014

Located at the Lethaby Gallery, Restless Futures forms part of an 18-month Central Saint Martins program organized around four themes: Disruptive Technologies, Expanded Boundaries, No More Stuff?, and

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LimeMakers Debuts 3D-Printed Home Collection at the London Design Festival

LimeMakers Debuts 3D-Printed Home Collection at the London Design Festival

3D printing technology has finally entered the world of mainstream design - and Germany-based LimeMakers just unveiled a cutting-edge line of 3D-printed products at this year's London Design Festival. The

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Andrew Cheng Unveils Beech Side Tables Inspired By Chopsticks

Andrew Cheng Unveils Beech Side Tables Inspired By Chopsticks

San Francisco-based industrial designer Andrew Cheng designed Chopsticks, a series of side tables with simple and slight profiles. Inspired by the two-toned lacquer used on chopsticks to differentiate

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Crea-Re Studio’s Pendant Lamps Cast Paper in a New Light at the London Design Festival

Crea-Re Studio’s Pendant Lamps Cast Paper in a New Light at the London Design Festival

  Crea-Re Studio is a collaborative team comprised of Polish artist Maria Fiter and Italian Marco Migliorisi. Together, they create a number of products which are all unique and hand-crafted

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Luminous 6-Foot HB Lamp Rewrites the Humble Pencil

Luminous 6-Foot HB Lamp Rewrites the Humble Pencil

There's hardly any object more recognizable than the humble HB pencil, and now a London-based studio has rewritten its function with this wonderful lamp. Created by husband and wife team Michael & George,

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Werk Studio’s TREE|HUB is a Tiny Wooden Tower Hideout Built for Design Exchange

Werk Studio’s TREE|HUB is a Tiny Wooden Tower Hideout Built for Design Exchange

TREE|HUB is a timber tree house rising 10 feet off the ground. Located in Peckham, it was built by a collaborative team of design students from Goldsmiths University working under the name Werk Studio.

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Benjamin Hubert’s Modular Amass System Creates Nature-Inspired Curtains and Walls

Benjamin Hubert’s Modular Amass System Creates Nature-Inspired Curtains and Walls

Inspired by the controlled randomness found in nature, Benjamin Hubert's three simple, reusable modules are evocative of tree branches or the structure of cells. When clipped together they can form

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Infographic Shows the Amount of Various Building Materials That Can Be Produced For 1 Ton of CO2

Infographic Shows the Amount of Various Building Materials That Can Be Produced For 1 Ton of CO2

In the Scale of Carbon is a new exhibition launched by the Materials Council during the London Design Festival that explores the sustainability of different building materials. The exhibit uses cubes to

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Sekita Unveils Gorgeous Flat-Pack Paper Chairs that Pop Up in a Snap

Sekita Unveils Gorgeous Flat-Pack Paper Chairs that Pop Up in a Snap

Sekita Design Studio just unveiled a series of beautiful flat-pack paper chairs that pop up in a snap without the use of screws or glue. The modular chairs can be assembled, reshaped, and transformed by

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“Designtists” Dream Up a Hopeful Future at Designersblock’s Fifth Element Show at the London Design Festival

“Designtists” Dream Up a Hopeful Future at Designersblock’s Fifth Element Show at the London Design Festival

Featured projects at The Fifth Element ranged from the playful to the practical to the poetic. Blow by Florian Dussopt is an interactive LED light installation that is activated by visitors blowing into a

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Impressive Transformations and Green Lighting Spring Up at Tent London during the London Design Festival

Impressive Transformations and Green Lighting Spring Up at Tent London during the London Design Festival

The products we highlighted in our green designs preview of Tent London didn't disappoint in person. Bernardita Marambio Design Studio's stand, The Reliving Room, showcased developments in new

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Nailed Succession Stool Made from 12,000 Staples is a Prickly Pincushion Seat

Nailed Succession Stool Made from 12,000 Staples is a Prickly Pincushion Seat

From afar, Farg & Blanche’s gorgeous stool looks round and plush. But on closer inspection 'Nailed Succession' could double as a torture device for the would-be sitter. Shown at the London Design

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Cardboard Glasses and Toilet Brush Lamps Amuse and Provoke at Designersblock at London Design Festival 2013

Cardboard Glasses and Toilet Brush Lamps Amuse and Provoke at Designersblock at London Design Festival 2013

Experiments in lighting were especially striking at Designersblock, with designer Natalie Simpson crafting lamps out of everyday items like whisks, household brushes and hangers. WALTERWORKs transformed

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“Clean Water” is a Natural Plant-Based System that can Inexpensively Remove Arsenic from the Environment

“Clean Water” is a Natural Plant-Based System that can Inexpensively Remove Arsenic from the Environment

The World Health Organization states that arsenic is responsible for one of the largest mass poisonings in human history, causing cancer in over 1.2 million people and sickening 150 million every year. In

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Foldability to Unveil Gorgeous Origami Pendant Lamps at Designjunction 2013

Foldability to Unveil Gorgeous Origami Pendant Lamps at Designjunction 2013

The designer, Kyla McCallum, who runs the studio, works with origami to make products, packaging, graphics, and lighting fixtures. All of her lamps from Sonobe and Foldability Collections were made out of

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8 Great Green Designs Coming to Tent London 2013 at the London Design Festival!

8 Great Green Designs Coming to Tent London 2013 at the London Design Festival!

Tent London will bring together two floors of pure design - including over 200 companies from 25 countries, 8 gallery shows and 40 super global brands present a vast and diverse range of furniture,

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Endless Stair Installation Outside Tate Modern in London Can Be Continuously Reconfigured

Endless Stair Installation Outside Tate Modern in London Can Be Continuously Reconfigured

The surreal Endless Stair installation is a hardwood structure designed for this year’s London Design Festival. Commissioned by AHEC (American Hardwood Export Council) and designed in collaboration

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Mini Moderns Launches Line of Reclaimed and Recycled Paint

Mini Moderns Launches Line of Reclaimed and Recycled Paint

Mini Moderns is known for their textiles and wallpaper, and they just added to their offerings by launching a line of environmentally responsible paint made from left-over unwanted paint. The range was

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Decorex Paints the Town Green with Showcase of Eco-Furnishings at London Design Festival

Decorex Paints the Town Green with Showcase of Eco-Furnishings at London Design Festival

Volga Linen is a family-run company that sells pure linen by the meter, table linen, bed linen and ready to hang curtains. Linen is a naturally environmentally friendly material; flax needs less

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Building Baskets in Brompton: Kingston University Teams up with Lupane Women’s Centre on Sustainable Craft Initiative

Building Baskets in Brompton: Kingston University Teams up with Lupane Women’s Centre on Sustainable Craft Initiative

The Building Baskets exhibition during the London Design Festival showcased a two-year design collaboration between the Design and Business Schools at Kingston University and the Lupane Women’s Center

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Studiomama Finds New Uses for Old Chairs with ‘Re-Imagine’ Project

Studiomama Finds New Uses for Old Chairs with ‘Re-Imagine’ Project

Re-Imagine, a new line of brightly-colored refurbished chairs from London design studio Studiomama, is a project born out of questioning our resourcefulness and our attitudes towards waste. It builds on

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Studio Inbetween’s Stunning ‘One Piece of Lamp’ Uses Only a Single Sheet of Aviation Plywood

Studio Inbetween’s Stunning ‘One Piece of Lamp’ Uses Only a Single Sheet of Aviation Plywood

The One Piece of Lamp, by Korean designer Kiseung Lee of Studio Inbetween, was one of the outstanding eco-designs showcased at this year's 100% Design International Pavilion. It is a multi-purpose

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Cozy and Eco-Conscious Wonderwater Café Pops-Up at the London Design Festival

Cozy and Eco-Conscious Wonderwater Café Pops-Up at the London Design Festival

The Wonderwater Café at Leila's East-London Shop is a pop-up space designed to raise awareness around the water-footprint of what we eat and drink. Opened for this year's London Design Festival, this

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Folkform’s Masonite:Memoriam Cabinets Are Made From Generations of Reclaimed Masonite

Folkform’s Masonite:Memoriam Cabinets Are Made From Generations of Reclaimed Masonite

Folkform has created a colorful line of limited edition cabinets that combine Masonite produced in 1929 (when hardboard was first produced on a large scale) with the final few sheets produced by Sweden's

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Colorful Shipping Container Restaurants Pop Up in Southbank during the London Design Festival

Colorful Shipping Container Restaurants Pop Up in Southbank during the London Design Festival

Yalla Yalla is tucked away in a quiet corner of the Southbank Centre, where it serves Lebanese and other Middle Eastern street food to be eaten either on the move or in the outdoor seating area

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Jerszy Seymour’s Colorful 100% Biodegradable ‘Amateur Masters’ Chairs Challenge Design Systems

Jerszy Seymour’s Colorful 100% Biodegradable ‘Amateur Masters’ Chairs Challenge Design Systems

Jerszy Seymour's ‘Amateur Masters’ colorful chairs are made from polycaprolactone wax - a strong and 100% biodegradable material. They are part of the NgispeN collection, which was developed

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