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Everything you need to know about designjunction 2015
Designjunction 2015 is here! Running until September 27, the critically-acclaimed event will be showcasing live workshops and flash-factories, one-off collaborations, hundreds of new product launches, inspiring installations and delectable food.
Sounds right up our street!
Designjunction is raising the bar this year by taking over two new central London venues: The College, formerly home to Central Saint Martins and the striking event space Victoria House B1, both located on Southampton Row.
At The College, designjunction will showcase more than 100 leading international cutting-edge contemporary design brands – and many product launches. Resonating with the building’s illustrious design history, designjunction will take over five impressive floors of the spectacular Lethaby building as well as other stunning spaces within the campus.
And it doesn’t stop there. Across the road, Victoria House B1 will house more than 50 design-led pop up shops, nearly doubling the show’s retail offering. It will be the premier destination for all the latest home accessories, luxury leather goods, statement jewellery, limited edition art prints, unusual stationery and much more.
You’ll be pleased to know tummies are also catered for designjuction. You can fest your eyes (and tantalise your taste buds!) on bespoke cocktails by the prestigious Zetter Townhouse and British distillers East London Liquor Co, get street-food style bites from the Grain Store and Le Bun, have a sit down British-inspired meal at the Design Pick restaurant and cocktail bar, indulge on bite-sized Crosstown doughnuts and discover handcrafted ice lollies from the newly established Paleta Girls – and that is just a taster of what’s in store.
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For informatiom about the seminar programme at designjunction, please visit thedesignjunction.co.uk/area/seminars/.