24–27 September
Our flagship show is back during LDF in two spectacular new venues

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The flagship designjunction returns during the London Design Festival in September 2015. Expect to discover an unrivalled mix of cutting-edge brands and newer labels, a premium offering of design-led pop-ups, an engaging talks programme, live workshops, flash factories and an emporium of eateries – all of which sets us apart as London’s most exciting design trade show.

This year, designjunction2015 takes on two spectacular new venues in Central London in an exciting step forward to the shows evolution.

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This is how a contemporary design show should look, feel and taste.

Nicole Swengley, FT How to Spend It

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The College
12-42 Southampton Row, WC1B 4AP
Our design destination

The College, former home to Central Saint Martins, will host 180 leading design brands. The iconic building on Southampton Row has been largely disused since the schools closure in 2008. Our curated plethora of contemporary design brands will create a unique and striking contrast to the characteristic classrooms of Britain’s oldest design school.

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Victoria House
37 Southampton Row, WC1B 4DA
Our shopping destination

Victoria House will be London’s most exciting pop-up shopping destination, hosting 35 design-led stores during the London Design Festival. Situated less than 50 metres from its counterpart The College, Victoria House offers more than 2,000 m2 of stunning exhibition space, all of which will be dedicated purely to retail.

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Apply to exhibit at designjunction

‘designjunction was the best of the LDF fair this year. Pitch perfect curation attracting trade and design enthusiasts alike, with just the right balance of established brands and emerging designers.’

Katrina Burroughs, The Sunday Times Home