designjunction has established a reputation for showcasing the world’s most renowned brands at London’s centrally-located Sorting Office during the London Design Festival. From 18-22 September designjunction presents the third edition of its flagship London show.
This year, designjunction is delighted to present some of the industries long-time favourites including Arper, Zero, Moroso, String, Carl Hansen and Bla Station featured below.
Zero is a family run company that has been manufacturing lighting since 1978. They collaborate with an impressive roster of Swedish designers including Mattias Stahlbom, Monica Forster, Thomas Bernstrand, Fredrik Mattson and Front. They use different types of material along with the latest lighting technology to produce new, unexpected and exciting designs.
Look out for: Last by Mattias Stahlbom. Last is a functional aluminium floor lamp with a pivot head for directional light
Arper is an Italian manufacturer who produces and distributes furniture for the home, office and commercial sector worldwide. Founded in 1989 by Luigi Feltrin, Arper is renowned for using new materials and technologies to create a range of chairs, tables, sofas, stools and armchairs with a host of international names including Jean-Marie Massaud, Simon Pengelly and James Irvine.
Look out for: Juno chair by James Irvine at the Italian cafe (first floor). Cast in a single form, Juno is a light and humble stackable chair. Available in six colours and can also be used outdoors.
Arper – Juno
Moroso was established in 1952 by husband and wife team Agostino and Diana Moroso. Taking an artisan approach to product manufacturing, Moroso have gained a worldwide reputation for producing high-end furniture focusing on quality, innovation and creativity.
Look out for: Klara, a wooden armchair designed by Patricia Urquiola (VIP lounge). The design works on a simple, linear aesthetic that is harmonious in its curved yet essential shape. The use of wood emphasises its lightness and elegance
Moroso – Klara
String Furniture produces affordable and beautiful storage solutions. With its distinct Scandinavian style, String furniture is loved by designers and architects alike for its simplicity and the ability to create a storage system to suit your own specific requirements.
Look out for: String Shelving, the original Swedish shelving system designed by Nils Strinning in 1949. The original system has now been added to, developed and enhanced to include a number of variations including Pocket String and String Cell.
String Furniture – String Shelving
Every item of furniture produced by Carl Hansen & Søn reflects over 100 years of furniture history with respect and passion for craftsmanship. Carl Hansen & Søn is the world’s largest manufacturer of furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner. Their portfolio of products also includes designs by Mogens Koch, Kaare Klint, Ole Wanscher and others.
Look out for: Frits Henningsen’s Heritage Chair. This timeless classic comes with an upholstered seat and back made from a variety of fabrics or leathers, and oak or walnut legs. Matching footrests are also available
Carl Hansen – Heritage Chair
Bla Station was founded in 1986 by furniture designer Borge Lindau. The family business is now run by his children and based in the seaside town of Åhus on the south east coast of Sweden. Blå Station’s philosophy is to produce furniture based on innovation and sustainability.
Look out for: Dundra, a collection of upholstered, stackable furniture including stools, chairs and sofas.
Bla Station – Dundra
designjunction – London’s leading design destination:
18-22 September 2013, 21-31 New Oxford Street, London, WC1A 1BA
Register now at designjunction2013.eventbrite.com