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A selection of some furniture design highlights we saw at this year’s London Design Festival<br />
PearsonLloyd<br />Tom Lloyd PechaKucha’d on nostalgia and fairytales<br />at Modus alongside an installation of 36 coloure...
Studio MamaWith this Mobile Outdoor Kitchen you can do your chopping, peeling and cooking outside. Once, that is, you’ve f...
Pinch DesignThe Pontus desk, on show at 100% Design, combines walnut, oak and painted finish <br />with a cable management...
Jens Risom<br />On show at Mar Mar Co. were nine pieces of furniture designed by Jens Risom in the 1950s and 1960s, <br />...
Ed Carpenter and André Klauser<br />Initially designed for the duo’s new studio, the Porter desk is actually a family of t...
Studio Toogood<br />The Elemental Table is part of Assemblage 1, <br />a prototype furniture collection made from elementa...
voonwong&bensonsaw<br />The Shell chair has been designed for Decode by looking <br />at how an organism in nature develop...
Patricia Urquiola<br />The Bend-Sofa for B&B Italia is big. A study in <br />3D modelling and digital research, the sofa <...
BarberOsgerbyEdward Barber and Jay Osgerby opened their <br />Studio and workshop and joined GuilioCappellini<br />to show...
Find out more about great furniture design atwww.designcouncil.org.uk/furnituredesign<br />
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The best furniture design at LDF 2010

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The best furniture design at LDF 2010

  1. 1. A selection of some furniture design highlights we saw at this year’s London Design Festival<br />
  2. 2. PearsonLloyd<br />Tom Lloyd PechaKucha’d on nostalgia and fairytales<br />at Modus alongside an installation of 36 coloured versions of the duo’s PLC wooden café chairs <br />
  3. 3. Studio MamaWith this Mobile Outdoor Kitchen you can do your chopping, peeling and cooking outside. Once, that is, you’ve followed the instructions for assembling it from plywood, some castors and a watering can<br />
  4. 4. Pinch DesignThe Pontus desk, on show at 100% Design, combines walnut, oak and painted finish <br />with a cable management system and <br />hidden storage for PC paraphernalia<br />
  5. 5. Jens Risom<br />On show at Mar Mar Co. were nine pieces of furniture designed by Jens Risom in the 1950s and 1960s, <br />reissued and updated by Rocket and Benchmark<br />
  6. 6. Ed Carpenter and André Klauser<br />Initially designed for the duo’s new studio, the Porter desk is actually a family of tables, available from Established&Sons, that can be used as a single desk, a wall mounted desk and a twin desk<br />
  7. 7. Studio Toogood<br />The Elemental Table is part of Assemblage 1, <br />a prototype furniture collection made from elemental materials including wood, brass and stone<br />
  8. 8. voonwong&bensonsaw<br />The Shell chair has been designed for Decode by looking <br />at how an organism in nature develops its structure. <br />The 4mm wire rods that form the seat follow the circular <br />rim of the chair, layer by layer like in a sea shell<br />
  9. 9. Patricia Urquiola<br />The Bend-Sofa for B&B Italia is big. A study in <br />3D modelling and digital research, the sofa <br />is irregularly shaped but curvaceous<br />
  10. 10. BarberOsgerbyEdward Barber and Jay Osgerby opened their <br />Studio and workshop and joined GuilioCappellini<br />to show off at the V&A, exhibiting some of their <br />classic designs including the Hula stool <br />
  11. 11. Find out more about great furniture design atwww.designcouncil.org.uk/furnituredesign<br />

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