LDF 2011: London Design Festival Pop-Ups
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Pop-up shops are popping up all over London Design Festival; here are three of this year’s best pop-up shops: Design and architecture magazine Dezeen have created Dezeen Space and taken up residence at 54 Rivington Street for a month (September 17-October 16) and during the Frieze Art Fair. Dezeen describes the space as “a multi-functional, [...]
Pop-up shops are popping up all over London Design Festival; here are three of this year’s best pop-up shops:
Dezeen describes the space as “a multi-functional, experimental space, hosting a pop-up gallery, store, video studio and micro-event space.” Together with launching their first book, Dezeen Book of Ideas, will be handing over a 1m x 1m exhibition space to a different designer each day and documenting the work on show using a combination of photography, video and audio.
Samuel Wilkinson’s Plumen lights
Dominic Wilcox’s Watch Sweeper
Theo & Friends have popped-up at 65 Monmouth Street in Covent Garden, where they’ll be from September 16th-25th. Theo is the online design shop of Thorsten van Elten (Theo is Thorsten’s middle name), which he describes as his “little brother / alter ego.”
“& Friends” include Rob Brandt, Daniel Emma, Kathleen Hills, Donna Wilson and Very Good and Proper.
Donna Wilson cushions
And finally, Today’s Specials, a market stall with the aim of supporting up-and-coming designers proves a retail space with low overheads for their products.
They focus on products that both locally and ethically produced in the UK, with an emphasis on the handmade.
Tableware by Richard Brendon
Katie Treggiden is covering the London Design Festival for Design Milk. Katie writes confessions of a design geek, winner of mydeco’s “Best Interior Design Blog in Great Britain” and has just released her first book Interviews, a collection of 18 interviews with designers.
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