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Collection by Shonquis Moreno

London's 100% Design

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Albeit with more drizzle and more crowded aisles, 100% Design in Earls Court, London, resembles New York’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair in that it is small and easily digested. 100% Design has its share of big-booth brands and practical tools, materials and production processes for the foot soldiers of the interior design industry but this year, it also featured interesting international contingents from Chile, Norway, Korea and the UK, and a couple of strong examples of booth design, one by Dutchman Ben van Berkel’s UN Studio and the other by Paris-born, New York-based designer and musician Sebastien Agneessens for, of all things, a Turkish real estate developer-cum-design lab called Nef.

Paris-born, New York-based designer and musician Sebastien Agneessens designed a musical booth to introduce Turkish...
Here's a close-up of the musical sculpture.
Jody Milton of Milton & Mees works days doing exhibition design, so he doesn’t have much time left to create and market...
Among several beautiful pieces, Caroline Olsson’s Bambi Table stood out—albeit on bent legs.
Samuel Chan is the nearly eponymous owner of the two-year-old furniture label Channels.
A handsome duo of chairs also by Channels.
One of some beautiful wooden pieces in the Chilean booth, the Tecla coffee table by Juan Pablo Fuentes & Asociados,...
These masterfully welded seats and tables by Decipher have useful voids and were inspired by the natural structure of...
Part of young Chilean studio gt2P’s Digital Crafting Collection, the Gudpaka marries digital manufacture with...
Another view of the lamp.
Looking for an alternative to noxious plastics, young Korean duo Cho Eun Whan and Shin Tai Ho of Maezm have created a...
Shanghai-based Zhoujie Zhang graduated from the Central St. Martins in 2010 and returns to London with a series of...
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