Part 1 of our designjunction coverage highlights the retail space of designers and makers, including newcomers and some old favorites.
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Terence Conran matched renowned designers with up-and-coming ones for a collaboration project of home furnishings.
During the London Design Festival, we visit 19 Greek Street - "an alternative space for design expression and experimentation."
The fourth annual designjunction comes back to London this year with even more great stuff including a new lighting exhibition.
A line of Norwegian furniture and accessories that has a sense of playfulness and whimsy.
A modular settee that can be a sofa, lounger, or a chair, and many options in between.
Bjorn Andersson recently lit Tent London on fire with his brand new product range and now it's our turn to get to know him.
We head back to 100% Design for Part 2 of the inspirations and making stories behind some of our favorite designs.
We asked our favorite designers at 100% Design to tell us about the inspiration behind, and the making of, their products.
We go in depth in an interview with Alex Mueller, a new designer that can't be ignored.
We talked to Sian Elin about Eastern inspirations, what defines good design, and favorite colors.
We spoke with Indian textile designer Kangan Arora about inspirations, childhood dreams, 60s Bollywood music, and masala chai.
A collaboration with Tent London, BRINK, showed a curated collection of work by 2013's design graduates.
Two handcrafted, solid wood designs from designer Philipp Von Hase.
The next stop on our tour of the Brompton Design District is Mint.
Designersblock was back at the Southbank Centre for the second year and this time with a much larger presence extending right across the ven…