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.
BAILEY HILLS Print+Wool designs and produces quality printed wool products and accessories for domestic and contract interiors. Founder Jane Walker’s geometric and organic designs are printed onto wool cloth combining the skill of hand screen printing with technological advances in digital printing.
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.
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
Georgia Bosson Studio designs products that are contemporary, colourful and tactile. The studio produces a constantly evolving collection of screen-printed textile and paper products that are all handmade at her Bermondsey studio. Georgia makes use of the waste product from industrial felt die cutting. The felt remnants are sourced from UK based factories and then developed into limited edition products.
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.
Established in 2011, HAMʼs minimal aesthetic seeks to add a serious edge to its playful subject matter. HAMʼs growing range of animal motifs have all been created by London based designer Jo Robinson and brought to life by talented makers within the British Isles.
James graduated in Furniture and Product design in 2009 and has worked on an array of freelance design projects as well as producing his own furniture designs at his Hackney studio. His own design work has often been a playful exploration of material properties and production processes to produce pleasingly innovative and workable results.
James Tattersall designs furniture with the user in mind. Using a combination of traditional and modern craft techniques they ensure a high build quality throughout the range.
Kangan Arora is a contemporary textile designer from the plains of Punjab, now at home in North London. Her work draws inspiration from the vibrant street culture of India to create bright, bold, handcrafted products for the home. A strongly rooted heritage to local crafts and materials is maintained; combining screen-printing with traditional hand embroidery, quilting and appliqué.
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.
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.
London based designer, Lindsey Lang brings vibrant and beautiful accessories into the home. Since the debut launch in 2012 the brand has been featured in many well-known publications. She was recently nominated for her brilliant use of colour by Dulux Colour Awards 2013. With specialist expertise in kitchenware, interior accessories and decorative flooring tiles, Lang’s designs put a spotlight on unique interior design.
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.
This family company, weaving in Wales since 1912, has transformed traditional textiles, with colour and innovative design. Their upholstery, cushions and throws are found in smart hotels and design led-stores worldwide. They offer clients own label and customised designs in short runs and have woven the world’s largest picnic blanket.
Molly-Meg is a design shop for children, established by Molly-Meg Price in 2009. Offering an edited selection of furniture, home decoration, toys and gifts, the shop specialises in ‘miniature classics’ from the 1950s to the present, showcasing innovative designs that blend well into the modern home. Molly-Meg’s products are both great toys and serve as room decorations.
Noodoll is a bold, fun, design-led brand who have been brightening up the world of accessories and stationery since 2010. Noodoll was created by designer and author YiYing Wang as part of her MA in communication design at the Central Saint Martins, London. At the heart of Noodoll are a cast of characters, made out of noodles and rice, these playful partners appeal to children and adults alike.
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.
The Pulp brand was created as a result of a collaboration between two families – Covo and Federbusch – who share a longstanding passion for paper products. Pulp is a brand born out of great love for paper and design. Pulp’s traditional production methods are combined with advanced technologies. Wherever possible, PULP uses eco-friendly and recycled materials, carefully selected for their quality and beauty.