Collection by Ali Morris

Key Trends from 2013 London Design Festival

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The annual London Design Festival attracts both emerging and established creatives, who gather each fall to present their latest creations. Here, we pull together the key shapes, themes and materials seen across Britain's capital city.

Modern...
Danish brand HAY has delved into Memphis designer Nathalie Du Pasquier's archive to reissue a series of printed cotton...
Over at independent trade show designjunction, the bold color combinations of Barcelona-born, London-based Cristian...
Young Norwegian design studio Vera & Kyte presented a playfully postmodern collection of geometric bookends that...
More of the Memphis-inspired collection of pedestal tables in granite and stainless steel by Vera & Kyte.
Stylish...
Specially developed by Norwegian designer Inger Steinnes for the café at the Norwegian National gallery, the ceramic...
Made up of old glass shades sourced through eBay, Studio Jon Male's up-cycled Rebay floor lamps made for an impressive...
Decorative...
A thick coat of resin provides a tactile tabletop on one of Japanese architect Jo Nagasaka's new pigmented resin pieces...
London-based designers Lightning and Kinglyface presented a collection of three tables made from a variety of exotic...
Brass and...
Inspired by Brazilian modernist architecture, the precise lines of Alexander Mulligan's Sol Light are crafted from...
Over at 100% Design, architect Alex Meitlis launched a new sculptural collection of polished brass accessories for...
At the TENT London exhibition in east London, Dutch Designer David Derksen exhibited a collection of multi-faceted...
Feature...
British brand Buster + Punch showcased a line of beautiful bulbs that replicate the old Edison filaments.
Over on the Australian Pavilion at 100% Design, Melbourne-based designer Mark Douglas exhibited a line of two-toned...
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