With the Olympics safely out of the way, London is now setting its sights on design excellence
September 12th, 2012
The next few weeks see the city consumed by designer products, brands and design lovers who will exhibit, discuss and forge relationships across a string of industry focussed events.
A relatively new addition to the event calendar is designjunction. Though only two years old, this unconventional hub has already established itself as one of the country’s leading showcases for the finest selection of international design brands.
Taking over a deserted 1960’s postal sorting office, the edgy vibe is the result of a conscious and engaging step away from the banality of many trade show environments.
120,000 square feet of space across three expansive levels will play host to over 100 brands from around the world – incorporating large installations, pop-up eateries, entertainment zones and workshops.
The designjunction kicks off on September the 19th and will run until 5pm on 23rd September 2012.
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