designjunction is London's leading destination for contemporary interior design and culture, held annually during the London Design Festival in September. designjunction 2019 presents over 200 world-class international brands and smaller cutting-edge labels to an audience of design professionals (architects, interior designers, retailers and media) as well as consumers.
This year 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). King's Cross is home to 67 acres of inspiring businesses, outstanding architecture, destination restaurants and a vibrant cultural scene.
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, visitors to designjunction can expect an interesting and never-before-seen presentation of some of the finest makers to come out of the British aisle in 2019.
Come to visit with us designjunction 2019 part of our architecture and design free educational tour during London Design Festival 2019. The free educational tour comprehend the visit to some renowned architecture firm such as Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Jestico + Whiles, RIBA and much more.
Amongst the other, at designjunction 2019, the furniture design studio TedWood will be launching its new collection in Cubitt House on Cubitt Square, Brook Studio will be launching its Marlow collection, Waltersideboard and new chair, Leo; following a ten year career as an interior stylist, Juliana Loveday will present her never-before-seen prints; Harriet Caslin will present her signature Scandinavian style of simple forms, linear patterns and soft contrasting colours in a tactile new collection; Forest & Maker will showcase its new office range 'Graft' designed in collaboration with STAC architecture and Ruby Creagh will be offering a bespoke service, giving the public an opportunity to have a piece tailored to their size specifications.
The Canopy will see Chalk Wovens return to launch two new geometric designs for cushions and throws, in earthy woollen tones; studio Abalon returns to designjunction for its fourth year launching its exclusive sustainable candle and new porcelain jewellery; pattern maker and designer of stationery, homewares and gifts, Laura Knight Studio will present her new architecturally inspired prints. designjunction 2019 welcomes back Emma Alington who is a ceramic design studio that creates high-end home and tableware products, a range of bespoke high-end dog bowls, and also with Katie Leamon, will present an exclusive, limited edition range of mugs and indoor planters.
designjunction 2019 talks programme
This year designjunction will launch a brand new talks programme at the Everyman Cinema in King's Cross.
Set against the millennial-pink backdrop of the cinema and curated by design and architecture writer and commentator Grant Gibson, the two-day platform (Thursday 19 – Friday 20 September) is set to challenge, provoke and engage with an eclectic range of topical issues that include: sustainability and the circular economy; the relationship between dyslexia and design; the need for increased diversity in design; and the importance of wellbeing at work.
The diverse and considered programme includes debates and book clubs with a slew of the industry's leading thinkers and expert voices including: renowned architect Nigel Coates, designer Sevil Peach, leading designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin of London design studioIndustrial Facility, Founder of 1882 Emily Johnson, product designer Matthew Hilton and University of Cambridge researcher, Helen Taylor.
To view the full designjunction 2019 talks programme and to book tickets click here.
Thursday 19 – Sunday 22 September 2019
King's Cross Design District, London NC1
Thursday 19 September 11:00 – 20:00
Friday 20 September 11:00 – 19:00
Saturday 21 September 11:00 – 18:00
Sunday 22 September 11:00 – 17:00