From traditional ceramics to cutting-edge 3D printing, designjunction2017 is set to be the platform for innovative product design this September. In this week's newsletter, we take a look at six of our brands from the 2017 line-up who experiment with materials through stunning collaborations, eco-friendly processes, ground breaking developments.
This month, we're talking about materials that appeal, inspire and intrigue. Join the conversation by sharing textures which catch your eye, objects made from your favourite material, or processes and innovations which excite you. Let us know using #wheredesignmeets and #materials. Best post will win Iro - a soft merino wool throw by exhibitor Anna-Lisa Smith, for more information on how to enter click the link above.
Headline Project: Turkishceramics - Turkishceramics collaborates with Adam Nathaniel Furman for Gateways - a colourful, ceramic installation celebrating Turkey's rich artisanal history. Kirkby Design x Eley Kishimoto - Eley Kishimoto presents its first ever range of woven textiles in collaboration with Kirkby Design. The new range will furnish a luxury VIP space at the show. DI CLASSE - Air Cleaning Lighting: Using innovative Japanese technology, this DI CLASSE lampshade is cut from ‘Air Clean Paper,’ which uses the Photo-catalyst process in order to clean stale air. Recycling with Revology - Revology will unveil its Design # 1 chair, made from completely recyclable composite linen fibres, bio-based resins and recycled brass, the first of its kind. Dashel - Safe and stylish cycling: Dashel presents a robust yet stylish cycling helmet made from multi–impact foam that won’t degrade over time. This innovative helmet is both light and strong. Morgan Furniture - 3D Printing:
Rio, a partially 3D printed collection with INTEGRATE, pushes the boundaries of what can be done with traditional craftmanship and 3D print technology.