Deadgood Launches New “Products with Personality”

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                                During London Design Festival 2017, British design brand <a href="http://www.deadgoodltd.co.uk/" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Deadgood</a> unveiled an eclectic collection of furniture, lighting, and furnishings, dubbed <a href="http://www.deadgoodltd.co.uk/news/2017/9/14/deadgood-product-launch" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">&#8220;Products with Personality&#8221;</a>. Working with various designers, as well as their in-house design team, Deadgood expanded their ever-growing roster of fresh products, along with launching new finishes to some older designs and releasing a new series of Pop Rugs. Take a look.
Pop Rugs, by Deadgood Studio, feature pastel shades and bold, graphic patterns, like polka dots, wiggly lines, and zig zags, inspired by artist Keith Haring and the Memphis Design Group. Also designed by Deadgood Studio, the Spun Lights are a series of pendants originally released in 2011 and are now back with a new finish. Each fixture is made from spun aluminum and comes with contrasting interior and exterior powder coated colors. The brand new Marra Tables are designed by SmithMatthias for Deadgood and they come in three
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LDF16: Ready, Made, Go!

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                                The 2016 <a href="http://www.londondesignfestival.com/" >London Design Festival</a> marked the second collaboration between the <a href="https://www.acehotel.com/" >Ace Hotel</a> in Shoreditch and <a href="http://moderndesignreview.com/" >Modern Design Review</a> magazine. Ready Made Go 2 saw MDR editor Laura Houseley commission local designers to create a series of objects the hotel actually needed, with only the budget they would have spent buying them off-the-shelf. London-based &#8216;pattern pioneers&#8217; <a href="https://patternity.org/" >Patternity</a>, founded in 2009 by Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham, hand painted a graduated pattern onto the Ascension bouldering wall (above), added inspiring quotes to the walls, and even installed a soundscape to promote focused and relaxed climbing.
Ready_Made_Go_Design_Milk_02 Here & There is a bespoke, hand-painted typeface created by graphic design studio Kellenberger–White for the hotel. This calligraphic alphabet has been printed onto magnetic sheets, enabling the hotel to communicate events and goings on from a large metal wall in its lobby, in a lively and dynamic way. Ready_Made_Go_Design_Milk_03 The budget restrictions make prototyping new
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LDF16: Ready, Made, Go!

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                                The 2016 <a href="http://www.londondesignfestival.com/" >London Design Festival</a> marked the second collaboration between the <a href="https://www.acehotel.com/" >Ace Hotel</a> in Shoreditch and <a href="http://moderndesignreview.com/" >Modern Design Review</a> magazine. Ready Made Go 2 saw MDR editor Laura Houseley commission local designers to create a series of objects the hotel actually needed, with only the budget they would have spent buying them off-the-shelf. London-based &#8216;pattern pioneers&#8217; <a href="https://patternity.org/" >Patternity</a>, founded in 2009 by Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham, hand painted a graduated pattern onto the Ascension bouldering wall (above), added inspiring quotes to the walls, and even installed a soundscape to promote focused and relaxed climbing.
Ready_Made_Go_Design_Milk_02 Here & There is a bespoke, hand-painted typeface created by graphic design studio Kellenberger–White for the hotel. This calligraphic alphabet has been printed onto magnetic sheets, enabling the hotel to communicate events and goings on from a large metal wall in its lobby, in a lively and dynamic way. Ready_Made_Go_Design_Milk_03 The budget restrictions make prototyping new
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Nature Lab: Showcasing British Craft at London Design Fair

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                                <a href="http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/what-we-do/nature-lab" >Nature Lab</a>, an exhibition at <a href="http://design-milk.com/ldf16-new-talent-london-design-fair/" >London Design Fair</a>, brings together six different makers to showcase how ordinary, everyday substances can be transformed into &#8220;objects of wonder.&#8221; Through design, these six British crafts people tell the story of nature, transformed. Called a laboratory, the objects are themed around the idea of wild nature being frozen in time, sparking intrigue and delight. The installation was initially designed by Gitta Gschwendtne and features the below six makers.
Marlène Huissoud used traditional Venetian glassblowing techniques and created a unique material out of bee resin that resembles glass. MarleneHuissoud-Naturelab MarleneHuissoud-Naturelab-2 Emily Gardiner created a stunning series of sculptural ceramics that look like they have been frozen mid action—unfurling or growing out of their containers. EmilyGardiner-Naturelab-1 EmilyGardiner-Naturelab-2 Marcin Rusak created a sleek material for furniture that is actually delicate flowers, captured in resin. It is both light and heavy, ephemeral and long lasting. 1_MarcinRusak-Naturelab-Flora_Lamp_01 1_Marcin_Rusak_Flora_Lamp_03 Eleanor Lakelin handcrafted wood sculptures,
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LDF16: A Forest in the City

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                                Architect <a href="http://www.asif-khan.com/" >Asif Khan</a> created a series of three <a href="http://www.londondesignfestival.com/events/mini-living-%E2%80%9Cforests%E2%80%9D-installation-asif-khan" >Forest</a> installations in London&#8217;s Shoreditch for Mini Living as part of the <a href="http://www.londondesignfestival.com/" >London Design Festival</a>. Inspired by the Japanese concept of &#8216;shinrin yoku&#8217; (&#8216;forest bathing&#8217;), the spaces enabled visitors to use all their senses to absorb the forest atmosphere – what they heard, what they smelled, even the feeling under their feet, and temporarily switch off from the city around them.
Design_Milk_Forest_Asif_Khan_03 Arranged around the three themes of ‘connect’, ‘create’, and ‘relax,’ each one was transformed from a public space into a shared private space through the use of house plants to delineate boundaries and assert personal space. Design_Milk_Forest_Asif_Khan_08 Referencing the idea of ‘third spaces’,a place that is neither home nor work, an increasingly mobile workforce who use restaurants as meetings rooms, and smaller space living that is driving socializing out of homes, the Connect Space was a place for spontaneously or pre-planned meetings,
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LDF16: 37 Countries Interpret Utopia for London Design Biennale

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                                London&#8217;s first &#8216;<a href="http://www.londondesignbiennale.com/" >Design Biennale</a>&#8216; took place at Somerset House from 07 to 27 September, overlapping conveniently with the capital&#8217;s annual celebration of all things design, the <a href="http://www.londondesignfestival.com/" >London Design Festival</a>. 37 countries and territories from six continents responded to the theme &#8216;Utopia by Design&#8217; in celebration of the 500th anniversary of Thomas More&#8217;s Utopia. Britain&#8217;s contribution (above) was Forecast by London-based designers <a href="http://barberosgerby.com/" >Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby</a>. &#8220;Forecast calls to mind a romantic image of Britain’s great maritime history, with tall ships, towering masts and fluttering sails, simultaneously evoking wind turbines and weather stations,&#8221; say the designers. &#8220;It also reflects the necessity to respond imaginatively to the need for environmental action in the face of the precarious state of the planet. The UK is at the forefront of the development in wind energy, with as much offshore capacity already installed as the rest of the world combined.&#8221;
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LDF16: New Talent at the London Design Fair

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                                Tent London and Super Brands have come together under a new umbrella – the <a href="http://www.londondesignfair.co.uk/" >London Design Fair</a> – and extended up another floor to make space for country pavilions, collaborative projects and new initiatives. But there was no shortage of the new design talent with which Tent made its name, such as <a href="http://www.barnbydesign.co.uk/" >Barnby Design&#8217;s</a> Hedges Sofa and coffee table (above). The white ash frame looks like it is made of giant Popsicle sticks and is held together with polished copper details. &#8220;The Hedges Sofa encourages a comfortable yet informal recline,&#8221; says Rob Barnby. &#8220;Back and side cushions are removable, leaving ample sleeping space if desired.&#8221;
Design_Milk_London_Design_Fair_12 The renewed appreciation for craft was in evidence right across the London Design Festival and Wooden + Woven, founded by Alexander Devol, was one of the finer examples. “I believe in a simple, honest approach to design where aesthetics and utility are intrinsic,”
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LDF16: designjunction Finds a New Home

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                                <a href="http://thedesignjunction.co.uk/london/" >designjunction</a> has moved from the former home of <a href="http://www.arts.ac.uk/csm/" >Central Saint Martins</a> to its new campus in Kings Cross. Architects <a href="https://www.stantonwilliams.com/" >Stanton Williams</a> completed the new building for the art and design college in 2011 in and around a Victorian granary and two former transit sheds, prompting the regeneration of the area. Now, five years on, designjunction has taken over the building&#8217;s entrance hall and courtyards with a combination of purpose-built and make-shift structures, in what is now a vibrant creative district.
Design_Milk_designjunction_01 One of the highlights was Dyslexic Design, an exhibition curated by Jim Rokos to highlight the links between dyslexia and creativity. As well as products by dyslexic designers, including the lamps by Tom Raffield above, he sourced quotes from leading designers with the condition. “Dyslexia is more. Dyslexia equals ability not disability,” said Terence Woodgate, while Sebastian Bergne said, “I now feel privileged to be dyslexic.” Design_Milk_designjunction_02 Geo-Fleur sells
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LDF16: Design Innovation at 100% Design, Brompton & the V&A

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                                We started our explorations of the <a href="http://design-milk.com/tag/london-design-festival/" >London Design Festival</a> in the West of London, taking in the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Brompton Design District and 100% Design. Highlights from the latter included an installation (above) by Israeli designer and architect <a href="http://www.ronarad.co.uk/" >Ron Arad</a> for <a href="http://www.lgdisplay.com/eng/main" >LG Display</a> made of OLED light panels.
Design_Milk_LDF16_West_11 Another highlight was the Boxy Armchair chair, by Italian brand Fikissimo, designed for outdoor use, made of welded iron mesh and aged concrete armrests. Design_Milk_LDF16_West_02 Haidée Drew’s Geo collection of multi-colored acrylic mirrors have multiple hanging points to enable them to be arranged by the end-user in multiple overlapping patterns, thus involving the user in the design process. Haidée graduated from London’s Royal College of Art in silversmithing and metalwork in 2009 and has been running her eponymous brand ever since, working with clients such as Liberty, The Conran Shop and The British Museum. Design_Milk_LDF16_West_08 Meanwhile, the Brompton Design District
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Martyn Thompson Studio Launches New Collection of Textiles

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                                <a href="http://www.martynthompsonstudio.com/" >Martyn Thompson Studio</a> is unveiling a new collection of abstract textiles via a pop-up shop during this year&#8217;s London Design Week. Showcasing Thompson&#8217;s signature patterns, the fabrics are the result of Thompson&#8217;s photographs of the Ionian Sea that are then woven in 100% cotton on a jacquard loom.
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Register to Experience 100% Design 2016

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Headed to the London Design Festival this year? Here’s one that you shouldn’t miss: 100% Design. Held at Olympia London September 21-24th, the show brings together international and UK-based brands and trade professionals in five areas: Interiors, Workplace, Kitchens & Bathrooms, Design & Build and Emerging Brands. This year’s theme is “Experience,” so you can expect creative installations and experiences that will get you exploring the ways in which we live, work and consume. View the latest product innovations from brands, listen to engaging talks, and connect with design professionals and brands that will expand your design network. From keynotes to panel discussions, the informative talks program has been curated by the Design Museum that will feature thought leaders in the industry who will explore trends, design practice, and the future of design.
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Exciting New Features at Designjunction 2016

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                                <a href="http://www.thedesignjunction.co.uk/" >designjunction</a> returns to the London Design Festival again this year September 22-25, boasting lots of great stuff, plus exciting new features and collaborations, so you won&#8217;t want to miss it. This year, it is divided up into four key sites: Cubitt House (trade), The Canopy (retail), Granary Square (immersive experiences) and The Crossing (installations).
designjunction_façade_Satellite-Architects_1 Firstly, designjunction is working with Architectural firm Satellite Architects alongside Danish design curators, Icons of Denmark to create a spectacular installation using Danish designer Peter J. Lassen’s modular and versatile GRID system. The structure will be located at the entrance to Cubitt House, the trade destination at designjunction, housing more than 100 leading international furniture and lighting brands. In addition, the space will be fully furnished with Deadgood’s Naked collection by Magnus Long and Gala Wright. designjunction_façade_Satellite-Architects_2
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New brands will exhibit including Design House Stockholm, Christopher Jenner, who will
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2015 Year in Review: Best Design Events & Shows

We traveled the globe in 2015 to check out the best design events and shows to bring you the best modern design that was set to be released. Take a look back at some of the shows we covered to see what was happening design-wise in 2015. 2015 Year in Review: Best Design Events & Shows Las Vegas Market \ January 2015
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LDF15: The Antidote to the Design Fair at 19 Greek Street

LDF15: The Antidote to the Design Fair at 19 Greek Street 19_greek_street_LDF15_10 Design festivals can sometimes (okay, often) feel overwhelming. There is sometimes a sense that designers are creating things to feed a seasonal machine that demands new for the sake of new – the sustainability angle often tacked on to give their products a PR angle, rather than embedded in their thinking. Afterall, how do you justify creating yet more “stuff”? The antidote to that dreadful feeling, was to be found at 19 Greek Street. Curated by Marc Peridis around the question, ‘How can each of us change the world?,’ the five floors of this Soho townhouse were filled with spaces that made you think, from an ethical pop-up café and a styled apartment to a lecture room and wellness room. 19_greek_street_LDF15_11 Before you’d even come in the door, you spotted the first piece. All the windows had been replaced with The Current Window by Marjan Van Aubel for Caventou – it
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LDF15: 100% Designed and Made in Norway

LDF15: 100% Designed and Made in Norway

100% Norway has been bringing Norwegian design to British shores for over a decade and usually the focus is on emerging talent and prototypes. This year, that element was still there with the added caveat that every product was both designed and made in Norway, and it was joined by two new elements.

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Firstly, Norwegian Icons co-curated the exhibition, and included mid-century pieces as part of their mission to put Norwegian design on the map alongside Scandinavian counterparts Sweden and Denmark. The discovery of oil in Norway in the 1960s meant design took a back seat and classics like Birger Dahl’s 1952 Birdy lamp and Hermann Bongard’s 1961 Plus table (above) were overlooked. “You always have this urge to expand your knowledge, to discover something new – and suddenly we can present a whole beautiful package of unknown designers and objects,” says co-curater Einar Kleppe Holthe. “It’s like holding a

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