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designjunction will have a dedicated retail area for high-end design stores, selling everything from mid-century modern furniture to vintage design classics, fashion to fine jewellery, glassware, ceramics, books, lighting and much, much more.

 

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Bill Smith, owner of BSSP design studio has been running for 30 years and mainly works in the music industry on album covers and video promos for acts such as The Jam, Kate Bush, Genesis  and Mike Oldfield. He has also held the license to design and publish the official programmes for MotoGP world championships.

 

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Established by Adam Atkinson in 2007 the company began with a simple idea to make bags using the discarded wool of the ancient Herdwick breed. CHERCHBI has developed into a leather goods and accessories brand. Modern designs draw inspiration from Britain’s creative, cultural and manufacturing heritage. They are crafted in a robust, traditional quality using natural, British materials including vegetable-tanned English saddle leather and Herdwyck No.10 wool tweed. Key styles in the 2012/13 collection feature Tamasyn Gambell designs screen-printed directly onto the house tweed. Available from Dover Street Market in London.

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Clippings.com presents a pop-up version of their online design store, selling their favourite products from super brands such as Assembly Room, Decode, Bethan Gray and Deadgood. Clippings.com is a lifestyle shop, not only curating what is current but also handpicking the direction of the next trend.

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The idea of blogging about concrete design came about in the summer of 2009. Starting from 2010 I began to post reguraly and enjoyed it so much that I now share new material daily on the concretedesignblog. In 2012 Ivanka Factory began to sponsor my blog, this was a great honor to me because from my point of view Ivanka is one of the best concrete design studios.

My hobby has now become my full time work and I would like to share with everyone that I believe concrete is the best material on the planet.

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De Galluchat is a range of marquetry haute couture poised between tradition and innovation. The name conjures up a strong and luminous leather – galuchat, a mineral that takes myriad different forms. The line of home accessories made from shagreen leather is hardwearing, sensual and full of character. Available in a choice of colours and finishes.

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Dezeen Watch Store is an online shop selling watches by named designers and boutique brands. Established by online design magazine Dezeen, the store stocks a collection of carefully curated products. Our pop-up shop at designjunction will feature the latest additions to our collection as well as Dezeens new book, Dezeen Book of Ideas.

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Ice-white with a distinctive blue rim, Falcon Enamelware has been an icon of British home life since the 1920s. Now the classic kitchenware brand is being revitalized for the 21st Century, through a collaboration between Kiwi & Pom and Morse Studio and Peter Hames.
New colourways have been introduced to freshen the range whilst remaining true to the brand’s Britishness.  Pillarbox Red and Pigeon Grey join the classic white and blue, and an updated ‘falcon in flight’ crest acts as a seal of authenticity on every product.

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FAO is an online lifestyle boutique, selling a carefully curated selection of contemporary fashion accessories, art and objects from the finest independent and emerging designers.

Designjunction sees the launch of our FAO Exclusives collection and will include collaborations with some of our finest designers featured alongside a cool and contemporary mix of products available from our store.

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Fenella Elms has established a following for her porcelain wall-mounted artworks through galleries and ceramics shows, awarded at the RCA for exceptional, innovative and challenging work by Ceramic Review magazine.  The work is developing with commissions for projects requiring large installations and collections.

 

 

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GAS is both a gallery and an Art Agency – showcasing beautiful Art & Design for personal collections and commercial projects. We represent Artist & Designers working in a variety of disciplines whose work is suitable for bespoke projects including Interior decoration and Graphic Arts commissions.

At designjunction we are showcasing exclusive limited edition silk squares and prints by some of the UK’s finest talent, which will be available to buy

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GFSmith is an independent British company that has been providing the creative world with inspiration for over a century. Their exclusive ranges of coloured and textured papers are widely regarded as the definitive collection of premium materials for design and print.

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Gråsilver has a vocational passion for Georg Jensen jewellery and Scandinavian design creating a unique and distinctive modernist Scandinavian silver jewellery collection.

The contemporary Scandinavian jewellery collection consists of rare one off carefully selected vintage pieces in sterling silver and semi-precious stones designed by celebrated Scandinavian designers such as Georg Jensen, Torun Bulow-Hube, Nanna Ditzel, Hans Hansen, Bjorn Weckstrom and Henning Koppel.

Specialising in 20th century design Gråsilver have brought together a collection of beautiful vintage silver jewellery pieces that are contemporary, iconic and timeless

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KAKKOii is a boutique London based design house founded in 2012. Brainchild of established designer Antonio Arevalo, the brand focuses on unique and design led pieces to complement the iPhone and other mobile devices. Named after the Japanese word for ‘cool’ it is this ethos that underpins the brand.

Arevalo and his team are passionate about innovation and good design. They believe that functionality should not compromise style but likewise style should not reduce functionality or indeed quality.

The first product in the range is the WOW speaker – an original wireless speaker which is small in size but big on sound. Compact, portable and good looking WOW is now available in over 25 countries. Its popularity is testament to Arevalo’s vision that contemporary and stylish design should be accessible to all.

The team is now hard at work developing further products to add to its range – all with a ‘wow’ factor as well as a purpose. KAKKOii has a clearly defined design principle– clean aesthetics with a subtle, understated but inherent sense of style. With this approach and award winning launch product KAKKOii will certainly be a brand to watch

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Lane is a collection of home-ware and gifts inspired by twentieth century graphic design. The range consists of hand pulled screen prints, stationery, cushions and a new range of light fittings.

The collection has been designed by graphic designers Joff and Ollie, who first launched the collection at Best of Britannia in October 2012.

Many of Lane’s products are made from beautiful, sustainable paper that is made by one of the oldest and last remaining paper mills in the the UK. Lane believes in supporting British craftsmanship by using the best of British materials wherever possible.

Recent Collaborations

Lane have collaborated with leading British design brand Margaret Howell to produce a beautiful, entirely made in the UK notebook.

Lane have also recently worked with Kirkby Design part of the Romo group to design a collection of cushions available worldwide from October 2013.

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Mathmos is a British heritage brand founded in 1963 by the inventor of the lava lamp, Edward Craven-Walker. Mathmos lava lamps have been hand made in Britain ever since.

Mathmos lava lamps are a twentieth century design classic.  We aim to make the best lava lamps in the world. Mathmos also designs, manufactures and markets a range of other award winning ambient lights.

 

Website: www.mathmos.com

 

 

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Maud interiors is an online boutique featuring a carefully curated, travel-inspired, collection of contemporary, quirky and vintage home accessories handcrafted by global artisans. The company works with independent designer makers and Fair Trade organisations and has its own range of one-of-a-kind cushions and wall art from vintage tribal embroidery.

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The trend-focused innovators at Native Union introduce the latest edition to the POP collection with the new artistically designed BUBBLEGUM POP. The original retro style handset has now been intricately redesigned to reveal the detailed inner-workings through its translucent shell.  Every wire and electronic component is clearly visible, bringing a fun playful element to the Pop phone, whilst allowing you to appreciate the mechanical design.  Fusing fashion, fun and functionality, this model makes a very unique fashion accessory!

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With the aim to bring traditional Japanese design and the country’s rich cultural heritage to the West, Keiko Uchida founded Nishura in the summer of 2013. The online boutique offers a unique and eclectic selection of established as well as emerging Japanese design talents including Matsuyoi fine jewellery, Noriko Matsumoto’s hand-woven scarves and antique kimono jackets from AOI as well as Keiko Uchida’s self-named brand offering beautifully crafted slippers, travel pouches and eye masks made of the finest materials sourced from Japan.

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Not-another-bill began life in early 2011 after realising no-one got anything fun in the post anymore…

Not-Another-Bill was founded by Ned Corbett-Winder who was an award winning art director at M&C SAATCHI advertising agency.

Subscribe either yourself or as a gift for someone else, and each month receive a carefully curated and beautifully wrapped surprise present in the post. Every month we collaborate with a handful of carefully selected up and coming and established brands to create exclusive Not Another bill presents for our subscribers.

 

 

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offkut is an independent design company based in London. Our ethos is to produce affordable, practical and ethically produced works of art for the home. Offkut are Mike Doveton and Saul Grant. Our workshop is in West Dulwich, London

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Phaidon is the world’s leading publisher of books on the visual arts and culture. Recognised worldwide for producing extraordinary books with the highest values in content, design and production, Phaidon’s publishing programme ranges from fine art, architecture, photography and design, to decorative art, contemporary culture, fashion, film, travel and most recently gastronomy and children’s books.

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Attracting the creative and curious, Pitfield London is an eclectic emporium stocking beautiful, unique and attention grabbing homewares. The interiors and lifestyle shop, café and exhibition gallery presents colour, glamour, glitz and excitement. Discover vintage finds, reinvented pieces, designer wallpapers and carpets, inspiring gifts and more. Enjoy freshly brewed coffee and an array of nutritious and delicious eats; discover wonderful installations by upcoming artists alongside famous designers.

Enter a fantastical world where everything is retro and riveting, dramatic and daring.

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Quill brings you an eclectic collection of stationery and paper goods that represent a world of style, inspiration and a little bit of indulgence. You’ll find letterpressed correspondence cards from Brooklyn, ‘objets’ from Maison Martin Margiela, paper pompoms handmade in east London, neon Japanese iPad covers and much more.

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By applying a distinct combination of quality materials and original designs, Rhoda Elizabeth produces bespoke wallpaper and soft furnishings that are elegant, functional and comforting. Holding a strong ethic towards fair-trade and sustainability designs are inspired by human nature, particularly our sense of humour and appreciation of our natural world.

 

 

 

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The concept for tex-tile© was born in wig-work, a design studio in London founded by Candida Wigan.  The studio uses a textile imprint on a tile to create and craft the tex-tile.

Tiles and textiles have little to do with each other – one is hard, cold, and the other is soft and warm. However these differences encourage a surprisingly symbiotic relationship.  Textile moulds are malleable, making application to clay intuitive, as the mould can peel away gently resulting in an imprint of infinite detail.  Through composition and repetition, these otherwise one-dimensional tiles create the illusion of an endless clothed space.

The tex-tiles are hand made at a workshop in Portugal, handicraft is an important component in the process.

 

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Launched in September 2012, The Printorium is the latest project by Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima, collectively known as MinaLima, the London-based graphic design duo of the Harry Potter™ film series.

After meeting on the Harry Potter™ film set in 2001, MinaLima developed the distinct visual style seen across all eight films, creating hundreds of unique graphic prop designs, including the Marauder’s Map, The Daily Prophet™ and a multitude of items for Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes.

Building on their wealth of experience in the industry, The Printorium explores the rich visual appeal of the iconic films from an artistic perspective to create a series of collectable fine art prints – all flat-form versions of some of the unique visual props originally designed on set at Leavesden Film Studios.

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Whitbread Wilkinson was launched in 2000, initially comprising of Jackie and Victoria.

Fast-forward 12 years and they are now a busy studio of 10 involved in a wide array of interesting projects.

Besides building their own brand,  Jackie, Victoria and their team work on design commissions for businesses large and small - ranging from The Tate and Emirates to Bathstore.

Most recent successes include their licenses with Eames and PANTONE UNIVERSE™, adding The National Gallery and now Disney where they have created an exciting range of high-end giftware that sells worldwide.

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Winostudio is a new Italian project made of passion for contemporary graphic design and publishing. In this digital stream age, it chooses to come back to the paper. Born in the city of Rome just one year ago, Wino typical properties are multicolored patterns and a strong focus on particulars, strictness and essential. It finds inspiration from metropolitan landscape and its geometries and is affected by the ceaseless evolution of its shapes. Wino notebook is for everyone who’s dynamical, curious, creative and love to put design in everyday life.

 

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Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

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Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

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Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

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Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

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Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

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Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

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In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

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We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

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MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

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Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

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Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

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ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

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Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

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rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

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Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

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Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

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Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

×

We offer you an eclectic mix of art, antiques and decorative items of the 20th Century. From world famous or yet to be discovered designers’ pieces to classic or unexpected vintage design, you will enjoy our selection of original furnishings and lights.

For every type of interiors: stylish, contemporary, industrial, our products will harmoniously fit your home, loft or workspace.

We have been building a reputation for “lighting up” the atmosphere with our unique vintage lamps, nicely renovated & finished with a creative French touch.

×

MAR_DEN was founded in December 2012 by sisters Sophie and Alex Marden with friend Charlie Miller. Nothing to do with the famous Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright or the artist Brice Marden whose art coincidently mirrors a shoot photographer Ania Wawrzkowicz took of MAR-DEN’s eclectic mix of French, German and Scandinavian mid-century. With a focus on unique pieces from the Bauhaus and beyond , MAR-DEN aims to bring a diverse selection to a broad range of people, through their clean and simple website and live/work space in West London where they regularly hold Pop-Ups. MAR-DEN recently launched MAR-DEN Berlin, a pop-up operating out of a live/work space in Kreuzberg focusing on 20th Century German design. MAR-DEN regularly collaborates in order to create exciting events through which to engage new audiences whilst maintaining a fresh approach. First and foremost MAR-DEN believes furnishing your home should be fun

×

Metroretro was established in Islington in 1994, with an online presence since 1996.

Having dealt purely in industrial and Mid-Century furniture 2001 saw the launch of a range of furniture designed to compliment the original pieces, incorporating and adapting reclaimed materials. In 2008 expansion of the existing warehouse and workshop in Essex allowed a greater stockholding and the beginning of a prop hire collection. Over the last twelve years this mix of original and bespoke furniture has attracted many commercial clients.

The business now supplies the leisure and retail industry as well as private clients. In the leisure sector our furniture and props can be found in single outlets such as the Camden Coffee Project in Islington as well as nationwide brands such as Jamie Oliver, Prezzo and Zizzi. Our designs are part of the brand identity of Holy Cow! a Swiss based gourmet burger chain.

In retail we supply fixtures and props to brands such as Fat Face, Ralph Lauren and Timberland.

Our prop hire business is available for window dressing, press events and trade shows.

Among current commissions are a new concept dining area for the University of Sheffield and the showroom for French boot manufacturer Le Chameau.

×

Natasha Lawless is a surface print and textile designer based in London. She has been running her design studio producing quality home furnishings since 2011. Driven by her passion for print, colour and surface texture, Natasha is committed to creating beautiful, responsible and honestly made products for the contemporary home.

Natasha values the production process and respects the materials she uses, remaining dedicated to designing, sourcing and making everything in the UK. Her next collection is set to Launch at Design Junction in September 2013.

 

×

ON&ON are a British design and manufacturing company who have created a new type of shelving system. The L Type Shelving System™ has incredible flexibility and meets the design challenges and needs of the modern office, retail, public and domestic space.  It works on many levels and simply provides you with the components to help organise, manage, store and display.

We thought about how our shelves will be used, how each component works, how they all work together and the simplest way to install them. We wanted a system that was innovative yet practical, highly flexible and designed for the long term. Our aim is simple…to create better shelving.

By combining different combinations of shelf fronts, shelves, wall panels, lighting and accessories the L Type Shelving System™ can be tailored to suit spaces perfectly. They are available in 5 standard sizes, up to 5 metres in length and can be made to measure free of charge. The shelves are available in Oak, Walnut or any solid RAL colour and have the option of integrated low energy lighting.

Our system is manufactured in the UK, meaning greater quality control and faster lead times whilst benefiting the economy through it’s support of British skills and manufacture.

×

Osi Modern was founded by Sophie Pearce in 2005 specialises in Danish and Italian Modernism and British Utility. This journalist turned 20th Century dealer has an impeccable eye for design and colour and stocks all the names we love . See her Hans Wegner Sawback and Verner panton Bachelor chairs plus other iconic pieces on the stage  and fee. Osimodern will source anything you need form the mid-century and get it upholstered to your specifications. Customise a cocktail chair, bag a bespoke bench. Your style, your choice.

×

rétroMaps have a unique & extensive collection of vintage/retro school maps & posters dating from the 1930s to the 1970s. They vary in style and colour – each one a rare & stunning statement piece. Now admired & collected for their bold design & decorative quality – the best old school maps & posters are increasingly rare & hard to come by.

And a great investment – often combining beautiful vintage design with an incredibly vibrant & contemporary colour palette. rétroMaps are experts in sourcing fascinating & decorative pieces to suit stylish, discerning, nostalgic & well-travelled customers – spanning the countries & continents of the world.

 

 

 

×

Design historian Frank Cartledge has been collecting and trading unique pieces by designers such as Hans Wegner, Gerald Summers, Robin Day, Isokon, Alvar Aalto, and many others for over 20 years. Like Augustus Greaves he particularly loves focusing on architect-designed pieces that chart the history of Modernism.

×

Tony Miles Designs sells handmade light bulbs like the Edison above based on their vintage counterparts and designs bespoke fittings from steel tubing fitted with a dimmer. The filaments in the light bulbs can all be clearly seen and set off any design by giving off a warm light. The pieces blend the strength of industrial products with basic functionality to create a bold object of interest.  The lights are handmade with steel tubing, which is bent into various shapes. Any shape can be created for hotels, shops and offices. Boxes, brass fixtures and fitted dimmers are used, which work well with the specialist handmade filament light bulb and this in turn brings the designs to life.

Tony Miles Designs has worked with The Tea Building Shoreditch, London Newcastle office block and bar, Shepperton Film Studios as well as other bars, cafes and shops around London and is fully licensed to work on large electrical schemes.

Midcentury-modern

Midcentury Modern

designjunction will once again host Midcentury Modern, experts in curating vintage design classics and modern collectables. This year, Midcentury Modern will be expanding their presence with a strong mix of established mid-century dealers alongside emerging award-winning designers with all items available to purchase from the show.

×

Comprising of designers William Floyd Maclean and Natasha Lawless, aelder. was founded with a mutual understanding and passion for simplicity, functionality and quality in design.

Will and Natasha grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire, which is a constant source of inspiration and integral to the way they are able to work with each other.

Based in London, each continue to maintain their respective careers: Will in design and furniture making and Natasha in surface print and textile design.

aelder. celebrates the culmination of two disciplines coming together to create forward thinking and conscientious products for the home.

×

Ali Miller’s work is fundamentally an amalgamation of personal experiences, family history, religion and identity and also the relationship between the individual to the material.

Memory for Ali is a source of euphoric inspiration and, whilst her work might signify a nostalgic reminiscence of years past, it also carries with it the weight of pressures and experience of real life. It is the memories that Ali believes shapes her life and art, first and foremost.

She presents these to the viewer as an aesthetic composition enriched by the use of different textures, material and patterns: the artworks created are an expression of Ali’s design perspective and interest in family history – an unusual combination, but one that succeeds in creating artwork of remarkable intimacy and harmonious composition.

×

Augustus greaves is based between oxford and london and specializes in buying and selling exceptional pieces of design. Whilst not being period or style specific the emphasis is firmly on architect designed post war modernism.

The collection is made up of original pieces sourced from around the world, all of which possess an exceptional quality. Be it a sculptural presence, expert craftsmanship or a radical approach augustus aims to make a statement with each piece selected.

×

Beldi is a Moroccan word meaning traditional, rural and natural. It conveys the sense of purity and authenticity we love about Morocco.

Beldi rugs are hand-crafted from the wool of a special breed of sheep that roams Morocco’s rugged Middle Atlas Mountains, historic home of the Berbers.

Each rug is unique – an authentic piece of folk art traditionally hand-woven by a married woman after she has had children. She would usually work on it each day, with patience and love, sometimes for as a long as a year.

As such, Beldi rugs are rooted in the culture and landscape that produced them. They are vintage pieces, some dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

Manufactured rugs may be more uniform, but they don’t have that character. They don’t have that soul.

If you are looking for something unique, natural and authentic, a Beldi rug is for you.

Bring a piece of the real Morocco into your home.

×

Student of the year, Kirsty Patrick, explored 3D Art in the Landscape at West Wales School of Art on her pathway to founding design company byKirsty in 2009. Since launch, her works have frequently exhibited in galleries across Cardiff and London.

Kirsty has also presented on Nick Knowles’ Original Features TV programme as well as featured across regional and national press including Western Mail, Buzz mag, Handmade Living mag, Homes & Antiques and Metro.

×

In a time of unprecedented population density and connectivity Freyja Sewell’s HUSH range facilitates the individuals desire for privacy and retreat. It’s feature piece, HUSH, is a private space within a public world constructed from natural, bio-degradable materials.

HUSH is manufactured by Ness Furniture in Durham by skilled furniture craftsmen and women.

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