September is always a busy month for us at Seen with many of our clients partaking in the London Design Festival. After months of planning and working on these projects, September is the month everything finally comes together and we get to enjoy the fruits of our labour.
Our biggest player of the Festival has to be the London Design Fair who put on an exceptional show this year with highlights including the launch of Trentino Collaboration, ‘This is India’ Country Pavilion, British Craft Pavilion, 100% Norway and the new third floor space. This year also saw us working exclusively with the best emerging and established brands from Portugal who collectively exhibited as ‘Inspiring Portugal’ at London Design Fair.
Reiko Kaneko participated in three different events across London for the eagerly anticipated London Design Festival. Exhibiting within both the Shoreditch Design Triangle and the Brompton Design District. A comprehensive collection of new work was showcased at The Elementary Store as part of the exhibition “All That is Broken is Not Lost”. While SCP launched the new Nami Chandelier prototype and ran decorating workshops at Plinth’s pop up gallery at 10a Thurloe place.
Heading north, we paid a visit to MARK’s showroom, part of the Clerkenwell Design Quarter, where we took in new designs by Hart Miller while enjoying a Cornish Moomaid ice cream. We caught up Deadgood at Design Junction where they launched a brand new collection of products and demonstrated their new collaborations with British designers Gala Wright & Magnus Long, Vicki Leach and John Tree. While in the north of the city, we couldn’t resist popping into Present and Correct to admire ‘Error’, their exhibit celebrating the eraser that was part of the Islington Design District Trail.
Title image: 'Poured Bowls' by Troels Flensted | London Design Fair