During London Design Week, Places and Spaces' pop-up shop features at designjunction 2013.
The show takes place at The Sorting Office, 21-31 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1BA .
19 September 10am - 8pm
20 September 10am - 7pm
21 September 10am - 6pm
22 September 10am - 4pm
The critically acclaimed designjunction presents the third edition of its flagship London show this September during the London Design Festival.
designjunction, which last year attracted more than 17,000 visitors, will showcase the very best in furniture, lighting and product design from around the world, presenting an edited selection of leading global brands and emerging enterprises. designjunction showcases design against a stunning industrial backdrop, striking a balance between creative and commercial, while offering a much-needed alternative to the traditional trade show.
This year, designjunction returns to the centrally-located 1960s Postal Sorting Office, where a powerful line-up of renowned international brands, smaller cutting-edge labels, pop-up shops, large-scale installations, eateries, flash factories, seminars and screenings will be presented across three floors of the impressive 120,000 sq ft venue.
designjunction will feature more than 150 brands – making it central London’s leading destination for contemporary design and the most important global meeting point of the Festival.
Since its inception 2011, designjunction has achieved global success, transporting satellite editions of the show to other destinations including Milan and more recently New York.
Places and Spaces boldly moves into the world of artwork and print; showcasing the Reduct/Beginnings, a collection of silk screen prints by Dylan Kendle.
Reduct Beginnings “Dan” handpulled A1 print silkscreen type sampler for reduct typeface. Gold and black on colorplan citrine. Imagining the young Dan Flavin at his moment of enlightenment. Signed and numbered. Edition of 25.
Reduct Beginnings “Bridget” handpulled A1 print silkscreen type sampler for reduct typeface. Silver and black on colorplan amethyst. Imagining the young Bridget Riley at her moment of enlightenment. Signed and numbered. Edition of 25.
Reduct Beginnings “Theo” handpulled A1 print silkscreen type sampler for reduct typeface. Bronze and black on colorplan red. Imagining Theo Van Doesburg at his moment of enlightenment. Signed and numbered. Edition of 25.
The full collection showcased and available to purchase at designjunction can be viewed here.