Earls Court, SW5
September 24-27, tickets £20
100% Design, contemporary interior design products
100% Detail, latest architecture designs
100% Futures, up-and-coming-talent
100% Materials, up-to-the-minute materials
Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, SW10
Septetmber 27-30, admission free
Over 120 brands launching their new products including: Wall covering, floor covering, home accessories, kitchenware and outdoor living.
Newburgh Street, W1
September 22-27, admission free
SORT, Society Of Revisionist Typographers will be demonstrate how to make books, cards, stationary and many other products using antique presses at their pop-up studio.
Truman Brewery, E1
September 24-27, tickets £10
Launched three years ago, the exhibition is already becoming a vital part of London Design Festival. Tent London consists of a collection of shows, competitions and installations. It is split into five categories covering art and architecture, vintage and contemporary design by emerging and established designers, dealers, retailers, manufacturers and brands from around the world.
Royal Hospital, SW3
September 27-30, tickets £20
An inspiring design fair featuring: Fabric and wall coverings, traditional and bespoke furniture, floor coverings, home accessories and lighting.
1 Birkenhead Street, WC1
Rabih Hage’s King’s Cross hotel combines antique furniture with contemporary design and bespoke pieces, creating a beautiful effect. Luxurious without the bling.
33-35 St John Square, EC1
September 21, admission free
Craft Central are a non-profit organisation supporting craftspeople. For one day only they will hold a sale of interior products at discount prices to mark the London Design Festival.
230 Brick Lane
This store resembles a carpenter’s workshop with its delicious woody smell. All products are made in the back of the store using traditional manufacturing techniques.
Shop: Kiosk, New York City Meets SCP London
A carefully chosen selection of wonderful and fascinating objects, will be on sale for 4-6 months at SCP London during London Design Festival in a temporary shop designed by Michael Marriott.
Objects are curated much like a museum piece creating a shop like no other.
From September 23, 350 King’s Road, SW3
A new tongue-in-cheek home collection is on sale at The Shop at Bluebird, curated by interior guru Abigail Ahern.