100% Design has developed ‘Design Kaleidoscope’ as the theme for the 20th edition of the show, reflecting the diversity and rich history of the UK’s largest and longest running contemporary design event; The Kaleidoscope provides the inspiration across the show’s campaign and will inform both the talks programme and hubs at the show.
100% Design 17-20 September 2014 at Earls Court, London.
This are some brands that you will present their products at this incredible fair.
Amos began his career studying furniture and product design at Kingston Polytechnic. He worked with several design companies after graduating in 1987 and worked on designs that ranged from train interiors to modular office products. After this he set up his own design company ‘one-or-more’ in central London. One of his first key designs was a bar stool concept. This chair, named Luna, was specified world-wide and became a key product for Amos.
Korridor Design is a new Danish design brand founded in 2013 by architect Henrik Ilfeldt, who has an urge to add a wow-effect into every product. This wow can be found in a form of a neon colour, a special pigmented concrete or in a surprising combination of materials. One could say that Henrik likes to go crazy on a small scale.Korridor Design’s vision is to create a design experience that reaches further than the product itself.
Montreal based designer Loic Bard opened his studio in 2012 and has already won awards for his ‘Capside lamps’ at the Grand Prix du Design in Montreal. 100% Design represents Loic Bards first ever solo exhibition and the first time his work has been showcased in Europe.
Delightfull Unique Lamps is all about mid-century modern lighting creations and reflects a personality, a frame of mind, strong emotions present in each detail. Working with their own hands they transfer their passion and devotion in everything they made that’s how masterpieces born. Share a soul and a heritage with the world….that’s DELIGHTFULL world.
Designers Mehran Gharleghi and Amin Sadeghy from studioINTEGRATE have created the “Flux Table” after marrying the legacy of Islamic art with contemporary modes of computation. The intricate geometry and pattern of this table is derived from a basic “Toranj”, a mathematical pattern used in Iranian Architecture. studio INTEGRATE is a London-based architectural studio who were recently awarded the Golden A’ Design Award for Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category for the Flux Table.
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