Elegance of Designjunction
As part of Design Week’s media partnership with Designjunction, we’re oblation someone the chance to win two free, VIP tickets to this year’s four-day appear.
Designjunction takes place 20-23 September across three venues on London’s Southbank, a new unearthing for the trade show and exhibition, which is now in its eighth year. It runs at the but time as London Design Festival.
Alongside being a huge showcase of mould exhibitors, displaying everything from lamps and chairs through to letterheads, prints and jewellery, Designjunction has expanded into being a space for inventive projects too. It now has exhibitions, installations and a talks programme, which are all included within the toll of the ticket.
Highlights from this year include the Mud Shell station, a housing prototype for emergency situations developed by architect Stephanie Chaltiel, and the Gateway to Incorporation, a colourful walkway structure designed by Lisa White and François Dumas. Conclude from Design Week’s round-up of Designjunction installations here.
A talks menu will see speakers such as Benjamin Hubert, founder at product intrigue studio Layer and Sarah Weir, CEO at the Design Council, and will fittings topics such as design activism, sustainability and designing for urban boroughs.
The three locations for the fair this year are Doon Street, SE1 9PU, focused on belongings, lighting and shops; Oxo Tower Wharf, SE1 9PH, devoted to special projects, demos and talks; and Riverside Walkway, SE1 9LT, where outdoor installations will be homed.
Platinum Pass tickets normally cost the public £25 each, and alongside conceding entry into all events across the four-day show, they also cater free guided tours and entry to the VIP opening party on 19 September.
To be in with a possibility risk to win a pair of Platinum Pass tickets, click here to enter. The deadline is 5pm on Monday 17 September.
Conquerors will be notified via email on Tuesday 18 September.
Designjunction hump its from 20-23 September 2018, across London’s Southbank. For more advice on the show, head here.