In Clerkenwell, the Arper showroom presents the latest collections by Doshi Levien, Peter Kunz, Altherr Désile, Park, Jean-Marie Massaud, and a new edition of Juno 02 by James Irvine; Marazzi’s new stoneware and ceramics; Cosentino Onirika & Kraftizen’s latest collection in Dekton, a compact, carbon-neutral material; and Expormim’s newly opened first London showroom.
In Mayfair, Porcelanosa presents Light, a Battle Between Space and Time, a project highlighting the importance of light in design and architecture. Save time for site-specific installations by Bethan Gray, Moritz Waldemeyer, and Tannaz Oroumchi at the sketch, the iconic building formerly home to the Royal Institute of British Architects, and Christian Dior’s atelier; the Haptic Nature exhibition at Gallery FUMI; and The Futurists at Mint, chronicling the circular furniture economy.
In Shoreditch, Offecct celebrates the launch of new collections from Teruhiro Yanagihara, Ronja Reuber and Pauline Deltour. If rugs are your thing, Calyah’s first pop-up studio has collections from Margrethe Odgaard, Boris Berlin and Satyendra Pakhalé, while Bethan Laura Wood with Christopher Farr showcase the Jelly Salad CF Editions prototype rug.
Yes, we are aware of how much we’ve skipped, but we do have one last stop to suggest: Design London, North Greenwich. The fair has doubled its exhibition area for architects, interior designers and brands from the furniture, kitchen, bathroom and lighting sectors to showcase their latest products, alongside a host of special events. Check out Artemide, Penta Light, Fabbian, Kohler, Ercolani, Tonon, Tuuci, Wewood.