What To Expect From Lightjunction During London Design Festival 2017 – Launched in 2011 by a team of industry experts, designjunction connects the world’s most renowned design brands with some of the world’s leading architects, interior designers, specifiers and buyers. And designjunction returns to the spectacular King’s Cross site 21-24 September for this year’s annual London Design Festival. Following the success of the 2016 event, which attracted 27,000 visitors over five days, designjunction will expand across new King’s Cross locations and Best Design Projects invites you to preview what you can expect for 4 days.
Taking place across five destinations including Cubitt House and Cubitt Park, The Canopy, Granary Square and The Crossing – a mix of global furniture, lighting, accessory, material and technology brands will exhibit alongside pop-up shops, installations, and interactive features. designjunction presents more than 200 of the world’s most iconic design brands to the world’s leading design professionals. It’s a junction connecting the industry – a place to meet, do business and be inspired.
From dramatic installations to celebrated collections, lightjunction – an area dedicated to decorative lighting – returns to the ground floor of Cubitt House. This week we shine a spot light on lightjunction’s leading line-up, as well as our other stellar lighting brands which can be found across the show. Launched in 2014, lightjunction is a dedicated lighting show presenting the best decorative lighting brands from across the globe. Under the critically-acclaimed umbrella of designjunction, lightjunction attracts an international audience of 27,000 – including the world’s most influential specifiers, architects and retailers.
Since its inception, lightjunction has presented some of the world’s most prestigious brands including; &tradition, Artemide, Blackbody, Bocci, Brokis, DCW Editions, Decode, FontanaArte, Innermost, Marset, Melogranoblu, Northern Lighting, Örsjö, Preciosa, RUBN, Slamp, Vibia and Vita Copenhagen – to name but a few.
designjunction has firmly cemented its reputation as the platform for cutting-edge design. lightjunction features some of the show’s most spectacular installations – gaining maxium PR and social media shares. In 2016, designjunction gained an AVE PR value of £3.5 million. See more facts and figures from the 2016 edition of the show here.
Resident will create a stunning staircase installation in Cubitt House using Circus Light – an LED system of interconnected brass rings.
Marset is back to the show, who will exhibit a selection of their contemporary lighting including the colourful Bicoca lamp.
Lighting up The Crossing, Blackbody presents their new collaboration with Haviland ‘Helen, Light & Porcelain’ in a bespoke chandelier cluster.
Decode will officially launch the Bulk light by Daniel Schofield, a design that is a modern interpretation of the traditional, industrial bulkhead.
Design duo Daniel Emma present ‘Cherry’, a collaborative lighting range with Petite Friture. The lamp is inspired by a ‘cherry’ on top on top of an ice cream.
With a rich heritage spanning more than 50 years, Martinelli Luce will present their innovative lighting solutions for the first time at designjunction this year.
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