Lana Dressing Table

 

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Pinch is the collaboration between husband and wife team Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon and is run from their studio/showroom in Clapham, London. LANA DRESSING TABLE has a lower lockable drawer housing a removable leather-lined jewellery tray. The surface box consists of three smaller drawer sections and 

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Folk

 

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Folk by Alice... Alicia Behar is a new artisan furniture and home product designer from Mexico City. Her colourful collection of handmade textiles helps indigenous makers and artisans across Mexico. Alice explains: "After traveling around different parts of Mexico, I selected fabrics that reminded me 

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Hannah Wardle

 

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Drws y Coed ( door to the woods) is an emerging brand that designs and manufactures lighting products from plywood and local Welsh timber. Focusing on sustainability and micro manufacturing opportunities provided by digital technologies, the products are highly patterned creating light effects akin to 

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Euston

 

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David Hunt Lighting is one of the UK’s longest surviving Lighting Manufacturers. Based in the Cotswolds for the last 100 years David Hunt Lighting is best known for designing and manufacturing wholly original products.  Euston pendant lamp is available in a variety of colours and finishes. 

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Young & Norgate Collection

 

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The new collection by Devon-based designers Young & Norgate for 2013 includes the highly crafted Folk Dining Table, Wonder Cabinet, and Cooper Stool. The Wonder Cabinet A fresh take on the curio cabinet, the Wonder Cabinet uses traditional structural elements and combines them with a modern oak 

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NotOnlyWhite

 

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NotOnlyWhite is a Dutch design brand founded in 2010, whose aim is to provide distinctive and flexible product solutions for both the residential and the commercial markets designed by Dutch designer Marike Andeweg.  Her vision on design roots in purity and practicality. What inspires her most 

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Jules Wabbes Editions

 

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100% Design London was the arena chosen for the Jules Wabbes Editions 2010 official launch in the United Kingdom. Although one of Belgium’s most prominent interior architects and furniture designers of the fifties and sixties, Wabbes never achieved the recognition of his French counterparts, Jean 

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James Smith Design’s Glade Collection

 

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James Smith Designs announced its first-ever participation at the London Design Festival this September. The Falmouth-based designer, James Smith, showcased his current collection of products & furniture. The Glade Floor lamp was launched at Clerkenwell Design Week earlier this year, and at 100% 

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Dessewffy Bar Stools

 

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Dessewffy is the Melbourne-based studio of furniture designer Felicity Dessewffy. The studio strives to create elegant, sculptural and intriguing designs; to engage people with objects that are sometimes overlooked. After graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) from the University of Melbourne 

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DAM

 

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DAM - a new lighting and furniture brand Hugo Silva and Joana Santos develop Design solutions, involving strategic thinking, technology and identity. Graduated in Design from the University of Aveiro in Portugal, their passion to develop new objects and brands led them to be co-founders of 

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Bethan Gray

 

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Award-winning Welsh designer, based in London, Bethan Gray combines a passion for luxurious natural materials - leather, marble and solid wood - with an extensive knowledge of craftsmanship and cutting- edge manufacturing technologies. Her warm and contemporary design reflects her personal history, 

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Bert & May

 

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Meet Bert & May - specialist collectors of rare and reclaimed tiles & other decorative materials. Bert & May’s unique antique tiles are sourced from their travels throughout Europe and Middle East – where tiles are a major feature of local architectural and interior decoration. 

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Bolon by Missoni

 

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BOLON AND MISSONI – NATURAL CONTINUATION The organic collaboration between Bolon and Missoni continues with new renditions of the Bolon by Missoni flooring range. Inspired by nature, the extended range now include a progressively autumnal, contemporary rustic palette with four new colours of 

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WIREFLOW

 

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ARIK LEVY – Immaterial Sculptures: Wireflow by Arik Levy Exploring geometries in two or three dimensions, Arik Levy designed for VIBIA the pendant lighting fixture WIREFLOW, an authentic sculpture of light in space. WIREFLOW reinterprets from a contemporary and original point of view the classical 

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BuzziSpace

 

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BuzziSpace make innovative and modern office/contract furniture, lighting, accessories, flooring, and other pieces that aim to solve the design problem first, but with green materials.  Instead of simply designing an office cubicle just for the sake of it, BuzziSpace takes a different 

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AZULEJ

 

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Azulej is a very complete collection by Patricia Urquiola, used to create decorated spaces but also minimal ones. It is composed by three base colours (Bianco, Grigio and Nero, available in sizes 20x20cm), from which 27 singular patterns are created to compose combinations, sold as a whole. Out of 

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Osprey

 

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Osprey is the new contemporary desk designed by James Burleigh in variable widths and lengths to suit any purpose. At up to 5.4 m long, the customizable desks are available in a choice of over 100 colours and a range of solid wood edges.  Osprey comes with options for extended lengths in 

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CANDELABRO

 

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'Wood Touched By Light' Candelabro designed by Marivi Calvo for lzf is a suspended pendant light with ceramic birds and wooden paper-like lanterns hanging from a canopy. The playful product is available in a number of colourways and materials, with three dimmable lighting circuits.  lzf describe 

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