London Objective Fair is set to return to East London’s Old Truman Brewery this September as say of the annual London Design Festival.
Following the four-day tradeshow outcome – formerly known as Tent London and Superbrands – being restructured eye the name London Design Fair to coincide with its 10th anniversary in 2016, it turn ins this year with a host of new exhibitions, designers, brands and pavilions.
While terminal year’s fair saw India chosen as its first annual guest native land pavilion, this edition will focus on a “resurgent US design disagreeable situation”, according to the event organisers.
Based on the theme of “Assembly”, the pavilion pass on be curated by the founders of online design magazine Sight Unseen, Jill Songster and Monica Khemsurov. It will bring together 13 independent plotters from across the country, including Fernando Mastrangelo, whose effects designs are made from everyday materials such as salt, coffee, sand, lorgnette and cement.
A Swedish Design Pavilion curated by London Devise Fair in conjunction with the Southern Swedish Creatives organisation command host up to eight local designers, studios and other companies.
There longing be two craft pavilions; one dedicated to British design and another celebrating Scotland-based makers. Both when one pleases feature projects spanning mediums such as ceramics, lighting, window, mixed media, furniture and textiles.
Other countries represented within the anyhow space will include Finland and Poland, while work from a total of independent designers and companies will showcase new collections such as English estate brand Cole & Son’s latest textiles range, and handmade, minimal station stands by Polish studio Bujnie.
London Design Fair wish run from 21-24 September at Old Truman Brewery, 26 Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR.
Stoff StudiosCole & SonBartek MejorFernando MastrangeloIrina RazumovskayaRuiqiPetra LiljaBujnieSwedish NinjaMarc Wood Studio