This is Part 2 of Designersblock, and the last but surely not least of our London Design Festival coverage. Read Part 1 here, and make sure you haven’t missed a beat — read all of our LDF 2011 posts here.

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Graphic Relief are doing incredible things with high precision moulding and concrete.

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

More macabre in this delicate porcelain tableware set, each piece made in the image of a sheep’s skull.

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

Gorgeous ceramics from three adorably enthusiastic lads, Greig Paterson, John McAlpine and Graeme Banks, awaited me in the next room of this Victorian labyrinth.

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

And yet more macabre from The New English.

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

I loved this little table from Daniel Scofield – it almost looks like it might walk across the room. He says he likes to make furniture that makes you smile – he’s certainly achieving that with this piece.

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

More drawing 3D outlines with metal wire, this time from Donna Walker Design. (A bit of a trend; also spotted at Tent London.)

…and a variation on the theme from the lovely Charlie Sekers, this time with lights.

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I loved the meeting of old and new in this Making Your Mark Desk from Alice Naylor which uses an old school desk lid as a fold down desk from a new console.

LDF 2011: Designersblock Part 2 in main home furnishings  Category

And last but not least, I adored this table with a hat stand “growing” out of one side from Edward Taylor.

What a show, what a festival! London Design Festival 2011 was the best one yet – I can’t wait for next year!

Katie Treggiden is covering the London Design Festival for Design Milk. Katie writes confessions of a design geek, winner of mydeco’s “Best Interior Design Blog in Great Britain” and has just released her first book Interviews, a collection of 18 interviews with designers.

Thank you Katie!