fbpx

Designjunction London in new King’s Cross location for 2016

August 17, 2016

Designjunction happens from 22-25 September during London Design Festival and will move to another prime London site at King’s Cross for 2016.

Heather Shields, Designjunction London

Play Collection cushions, Heather Shields, Designjunction London

In partnership with Argent, King’s Cross Development and University of the Arts London, Designjunction London will move to another prime London site at King’s Cross for 2016. Designjunction happens from 22-25 September during London Design Festival.

The area behind King’s Cross Station has been the focus of major regeneration in the last five years and now houses the University of the Arts London.This is a long term move and could prove to be the event’s coolest location yet. Designjunction will create a series of striking temporary structures for this year’s show, as well as use existing locations within and around the UAL building.

Aria rug by Camille Walala for Floor_Story, Designjunction London

Aria rug by Camille Walala for Floor_Story, Designjunction London

With almost 100 exhibitors already signed up to the 2016 event, rugs and textiles will be provided by a host of brand including Bolon, Floor_Story, Melin Tregwynt, Laura Spring, Kirkby Design, weavers Heather Shields, Chalk Wovens and Anna-Lisa Smith, and London-based rug brand Cavalcanti, who will be launching the Optical Illusion collection.

Optical Illusion rug, Calvalcanti, Designjunction London

Optical Illusion rug, Calvalcanti, Designjunction London

Herringbone flatweave, Calvalcanti, Designjunction London

Herringbone flatweave, Calvalcanti, Designjunction London

Disruption cushions, Laura Spring, Designjunction London

Disruption cushions, Laura Spring, Designjunction London

Play Collection, Heather Shields, Designjunction London

Play Collection, Heather Shields, Designjunction London

Bolon, Designjunction London

Bolon, Designjunction London

Patagonia blankets, Melin Tregwynt, Designjunction London

Patagonia blankets, Melin Tregwynt, Designjunction London

Chalk Wovens, Designjunction London

Chalk Wovens, Designjunction London

Words by

Related Articles

Magdalena Abakanowicz: Every Tangle of Thread and Rope

Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz broke through boundaries throughout the entirety of her career. Yet it was her Abakans, now showing in an exhibition at the Tate, that first prompted her critical and international success as a radical artist.

Related Articles

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This