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London Design Festival 2012: the most colorful exhibitors

London Design Festival ended yesterday, asserting itself once more as a mandatory stop of the global design circuit. Various exhibitions marked this edition, mainly 100% Design Week, Super Brands London and Tent London, attracting international visitants, since brand managers, to designers, decorators, or simply curious.

From those all exhibitions, we picked the most colorful exposers that highlighted themselves due to their unique design ally to cheering colours.

Re-imagined Chairs 

re-imagined chairs

London-based designer Nina Tolstrup of Studiomamatapped artist and fashion designer David Saunders of David David to created boldly patterned textiles for her new series of bespoke furniture, dubbed Re-Imagined as a token of Tolstrup’s interests in re-using the often overlooked or unloved.

Exposed at 19 Greek Street Gallery House

Hunter Sideboard 

hunter sideboard

A prototype from London-based, Oslo-born designer Oscar Narud, Hunter Sideboard is inspired by traditional Norwegian architecture. The stained beech and birch plywood doors are installed on an angle, so when you slide them all the way to the left the doors fall flush with the side of the credenza but present functionally beautiful grooves along the bottom when shut.
Exposed at 100% Norway at Dray Walk Gallery

Magis Proust Chair 


Designed by Alessandro Mendini for Magis, Proust Chair is an armchair in rotational-moulded polyethylene. It is available in 7 colours and it is suitable for outdoor use.

Exposed at 100% Design


Sinatra Tri-Color


Sinatra standing lamp has a unique sculptural shape. This Delightfull vintage lamp’s structure is handmade in brass and the lampshades in aluminium.

Exposed at 100% Design 


suspension lamp


Sun is a red suspension lamp designed by Brain Rasmussen for Karboxx.

Exposed at Super Brands London


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