Our Milk Stand Pop-Up Shop at the London Design Fair

10.02.19 | By
Our Milk Stand Pop-Up Shop at the London Design Fair

The London Design Fair 2019 was an especially exciting one because we had the chance to bring our Milk Stand pop-up shop across international waters for the first time! With a cash-and-carry concept, 13 designers and makers came to exhibit their products at our stand. Get to know them here!

Chasing Threads: Fun and functional travel accessories personalized and stitched by you to commemorate your journey.

Goodordering: Everyday bags and gear inspired by Japanese school bags and 80s retro travel bags

Ilex Studio: Witness your acorns and avocado seeds grow into trees. With their magnificent vases, you can be let in on the action.

Les Pieds de Biche: This Belgian team uses color and pattern to modernize everyday objects.

Max ID NY: This New York-based furniture and home accessories designer showcases his studio’s iconic ghost tumblers, home accessories, as well as his latest ceramics collection.

Mean Mail: These hilarious cards tell it like it is and are based on how best friends talk to each other.

Melanie Abrantes: The California-based designer uses the beauty of sustainable materials such as cork and wood to make home accessories shine.

Nadiia x Masha Reve: The tag-team ceramicist and painter duo have set out to highlight the beauty and warmth of Ukrainian pottery.

Promises Promises: They design beautiful, graphic, modern jewelry that’s inspired by architecture.

Rubberband Products: They collaborate with designers all over the world to produce contemporary stationery, furniture, bags, paper products, and toys.

TinyBitz: Scarves, blankets, and cushion covers are personalized to your preferences.

Umasqu: Collections of wall decor that’s inspired by mid-century modern and steampunk cubism.

Zimarty: Experiments with material, form, and scale are behind this architecturally-inspired modern jewelry.

Keshia grew up in Singapore and moved to the U.S. to attend Dartmouth College. When she was living abroad after graduation, a chance enrollment at the Architectural Association Visiting School led to her becoming enamored with door schedules and architectural écriture. She's particularly interested in design for aging, rural architecture, and Asian design heritage.