In September this year was London Design Week and I spent a whole week in design heaven. Design Week is a festival with literally hundreds of events taking place across the breadth of this huge city. Every furniture, fabric, wallpaper, lighting, rug and fashion designer who wants to showcase their work to the world participates. From small invitation only gatherings in uber cool areas like Whitechapel and Shoreditch to huge trade Conferences and Fairs, there was tonnes to see.
Below is my first post of the products and latest looks I loved most, many available to ship to Australia. Norway and Taiwan offered many of the best designs and Tent London was my favourite event. Covent Garden covered with giant balloon ceiling for Design Week.
There were so many stunning products on offer at every venue. Here are some of my favourites that I wish I had in my home.
Lighting by Andreas Bergsaker showcased at 100% Norway, at TentLondon LDW15
‘The Old New Light’ by KimuDesign from Taiwan, at TentLondon LDW15
‘Screen Light 2.0’ by KimuDesign from Taiwan, at TentLondon LDW15. More like sculpture than just lamps.
‘Birdy’ table lamp by BirgerDahl, showcased at 100% Norway, at TentLondon LDW15. Black and brass, always so smart.
‘Sling’ pendant light – so beautiful to see. By SiljeNesdal at 100% Norway, TentLondon LDW15
‘Saddle Chair’ for Slake by Angell, Wyller and Aarseth at 100% Norway, at TentLondon LDW15. My new favourite chair. So comfortable and elegant.
‘Mo’ Bench. Natural leather and Ash. By SiljeNesdal at 100% Norway, at TentLondon LDW15
The fantastically clever ‘Duple’ stool that converts to a side table by slotting in either a tray or seat pad. Genius. By AlexanderAasgaard at 100% Norway, at TentLondon LDW15 ‘Pat Vol 1’ are the results of different chemical patinas on copper, steel and brass to create these beautiful and whimsical sculptures for the home. By Kneip at 100% Norway, at TentLondon LDW15
‘Weathered’ by Kneip at 100% Norway, at TentLondon LDW15. Perfect for any sideboard, office or hall way. I love them for the beautiful colours and I’m always looking for taller objects to place on shelves.