Best of British at designjunction

The King’s Cross Design District will host some of the most innovative and forward-thinking British craftsmanship

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Best of British at designjunction
09/08/2019 - designjunction brings together the newest and most forward-thinking furniture, lighting & accessory designs at the first ever King’s Cross Design District this September (19-22). Now in its ninth year, the 2019 edition returns to London’s newest creative quarter, welcoming established British designers and manufacturers to showcase the best of British craft. From furniture, ceramics, prints to jewellery, designjunction offers an interesting and never-before-seen presentation of some of the finest makers to come out of the British aisle in 2019.

Returning to designjunction in 2019, TedWood will be launching its new collection in Cubitt House on Cubitt Square. Established in 2013 by Ted Jefferis, TedWood is a furniture design studio and workshop which is nestled in an ancient English oak woodland in Sussex. Set in a fourth-generation workshop, Ted and his team hand craft a distinct brand of elegant and sustainable, contemporary wooden furniture and lighting. Each piece celebrates the beauty of timber and the woodland in which it grew.
 
New this year to designjunction, Brook Studio will be launching its Marlow collection, Walter sideboard and new chair, Leo. The launch of the Leo chair marks an important occasion for Brook Studio, who has never released a chair before. Established in 2017, Brook studio designs and produces furniture for residential and commercial spaces with a focus on craftsmanship, material, longevity and purpose. Founder of Brook Studio, Tim Evershed’s work is underpinned by the exploration of traditional craft techniques, an understanding of natural material and a modern design aesthetic that draws influence from the reductive forms of Shaker and Danish mid-century furniture. Tim sources timber from local tree surgeons and sawmills across the South of England.

Following a ten-year career as an interior stylist, Juliana Loveday recently embarked on a new venture as an artist, producing prints, drawings and paintings (both figurative and abstract) that create a sense of well-being in people’s living spaces.
 
At this year's designjunction, viewers can expect never-before-seen prints by Juliana, who produces all of her collections at the London Print Studio, (an artist-run, not-for-profit artist’s studio, in the heart of West London), as well as her main studio at The Digswell Arts Trust, a 60-year-old organisation devoted to supporting artists and emerging new talent.

Now in its ninth year, designjunction has proven itself to be the most anticipated exhibition of London design Festival. Whether you’re searching for inspiration, sourcing items for a project or looking to connect with some of the best in the industry, designjunction puts visitors at the heart of the creative community.Best of British at designjunction

Best of British at designjunction

Best of British at designjunction

Best of British at designjunction

Best of British at designjunction

Best of British at designjunction

Best of British at designjunction

Best of British at designjunction

Best of British at designjunction

Best of British at designjunction

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