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home: event [ In Design pottery exhibition ]

As part of this year’s Design Festival, the London Potters will be showcasing 10 designers work over two weekends. Explore tableware, decorative pieces and jewellery, on 13-16th and 20-23rd September at Grosvenor Arch, Circus Village West, Battersea Power Station, London SW11 8AH.

Free entry

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We’re delighted to be hosting two selected showcase selling events as part of this year’s London Design Festival.  We’ll be open over two weekends with 10 different exhibitors each week. Explore a diverse range of ceramics from tableware to decorative objects, ceramic jewellery and striking one-off collectors’ pieces, all reflecting the wide use of clay in design.

Over the two weekends of London Design Festival, visitors to In Design @ Battersea can take part in an interactive ceramic activity to create a growing modelled installation, inspired by the surrounding cityscape area of Battersea Power Station. We hope the public will contribute and enjoy the creative experience, learning new clay skills and observing the surroundings in closer detail.

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home: event [ London Design Festival : Independent Ceramics Market ]

A definite date for the diary. Enjoy, explore and shop – get your hands on unique work from a huge array of talented ceramicists.

As part of the London Design Festival, the Independent Ceramics Market will be on this September.

Sunday, September 23, 2018

11:00 AM 6:00 PM

Hackney Arts Centre
13 Stoke Newington Road London, England, N16 8BH United Kingdom

home: featured [ Dorothy ]

home: featured [ Dorothy ] 

Roaming around the customer shopping area of this year’s Design Festival Design Junction show, we found the full range of a brand we’d already found love for when spotting their prints in The Barbican shop. 

Alternative Love Blueprint – A History of Alternative Music

Dorothy is a graphic-designed heaven for music lovers, film lovers, typography lovers, brutalist lovers, culture lovers – so many great intriguing and clever art works in print to choose from, as well as a few extras of tea towels, mugs and ornaments. 

They create prints that we can imagine were dreamt up over a pint of two and then laborious hours from there spent designing and creating the content for them. 


We love the process and train of thought for the print works and our favourites include the ‘Alternative Love Blueprint – A History of Alternative Music‘ (£35) and the ‘Lost Destination: The Haçienda‘ (£35) 

Science Fiction Star Chart – Original Open Edition

Visit them now at www.wearedorothy.com

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home: event [ homeware launch ] 

The London Design Festival spans across our capital with launches, exhibitions, shows, talks, events, shopping, workshops and shows. It is a frenzy of activities with chances to hear, see and experience all that is new in design this season.

For lovely soft furnishings catch the launch of gorgeous homewares from Wallace Sewell in the Islington store. 



Established in the early 90’s the duo behind this firm favourite British brand are still producing incredible quality contemporary designs in fabrics and soft furnishings. 

‘During the London Design Festival, UK based woven textile design duo Wallace Sewell will be launching their new Autumn Winter 2016 scarf and interior collection. 

To mark the launch of their new collection Wallace Sewell will be opening their shop and studio for a special event on Tuesday 20 September from 6pm to 9pm and offering 10% off on all scarves, throws and cushions purchased that evening.

This will be a fun event in the coveted Islington Design District with drinks and nibbles and a chance to meet the design team behind this iconic British brand. Other shops in the area such as Timorous Beastie and Twentytwentyone will also be open.’



For more information please email studio@wallacesewell.com or go to:
www.londondesignfestival.com

www.islingtondesigndistrict.com