London Design Week is one of the most awaited events of year for us!
We like to visit the shows and get inspiration by diving into the ocean of products and furniture, spotting new trends, see where the world of design is planning for the season to come.
Among the many beautiful things we saw, we selected the ones that impressed us the most for their originality and forward thinking.
WRKBNCH debuting at Design Junction 2015 with their creative furniture.
Material ConneXion is the biggest international centre researching and consulting on innovative and sustainable materials.
Molo's soft collection is a research driven exploration of materials, fabrication techniques, structure, and space making.
Kirkby Design presents 'the world of Jon Burgerman' bringing a playful injection of art into residential and contract schemes.
Elastic Lights by Marta Bordes
Elastic Lights is a collection of articulated lamps that brings movement and play into ceramics questioning the function of traditional ceramic objects, created by designer Marta Bordes, graduated from MA Design Ceramics, Furniture and Jewellery at Central Saint Martins.
Sylva by Brook Sigal
Sylva is a ceramic collection of water bottles and pitchers inspired by reusable and cooling qualities of traditional earthenware jugs, the water filter is made with organic material and it serves its purpose while adapting to the shape of the ceramics preserving their beauty.
Writable T-shirt "Cotton twitter" by march
Put your wit onto the Cotton Twitter T-shirt with a piece of chalk and walk the earth spreading the word.
Plastic Land & Toxic Tuna by CASE
CASE wants to illustrate environmental and social issues via everyday objects, not only wanting people to understand the issues surrounding us, but also to comprehend the scale as well as raise awareness of how the issues relate to each and every one of us.
100% recycled notebooks by Hubbard & Reenie
Smile Solar Series by Q&Q
By changing light into energy, the watch is battery-free and maintenance-free, making it a green option for all.