100% Design 2019 is finally here, showcasing the greatest creations and exhibitors at this incredible event, in the context of the London Design Fair 2019. This year’s edition marks a great landmark, which is their 25th anniversary, so there are many novelties and surprises awaiting during this event, until September 21st. Stick with Decor And Style, and you’ll see the best moments of the incredible 100% Design!
The luxury furniture brands, Essential Home and Delightfull are at Stand C3A, to demonstrate the essence of the Modern Mid-Century design within luxurious furniture. Until September 21st, you can encounter the best showcase of retro vibe lighting, furniture, and accessories.
At this event, the architect David Rockwell was present to participate on an incredible talk with Max Fraser, about Rockwell Group‘s projects which are able to combine theatre, performance, and architecture and include hotels, restaurants and cultural institutions. The architect also unveiled his latest furniture collection, Sage, for Benchmark, which focusses on bringing wellness to the workspace. There are many exciting talks still happening at 100% Design until September 21st, so make sure you don’t miss them! They will be taking place at the Auditorium sponsored by Aritco and The Forum!
Herston unveiled their newest lamp, the Herston DL-01, a self-balancing desk lamp delicately engineered to allow smooth and effortless adjustment to any position. Its unique and sculptural shape, informed by its counterbalance mechanism, enables you to effortlessly adjust the light to suit your needs or mood. This is the first product from design brand Herston, who aim to create long-lasting products that marry precision engineering with natural materials. Make sure you visit them at Stand E12A!
Design Fresh is a section curated by Barbara Chandler, design editor of Homes & Property at the London Evening Standard. It celebrates the outstanding breakthrough talent scouted at major UK design degree shows as well as at two editions of New Designers, with input from over 200 creative courses. With that in mind, thirty designers have been selected to demonstrate how global concerns such as climate change; carbon emissions and waste from our lifestyles and industry can be tackled through design.