Super Design Gallery

Exhibition

by London Design Fair

Posted

13/08/2013

Book a space in the most relevant gallery space during the Festival.

Book a space in the most relevant gallery space during the Festival. The Super Design Gallery at Super Brands London moves into the rarefied world of low volume, high-end design. The premise for this space is to provide a showcase for museum quality pieces, reflecting demand in the market for authenticity and originality; a welcome slap in the face for the current period of austerity. 15 international designers will show in this year's Super Design Gallery. The idea is to offer designers a chance to present a product or small family of products each, in a beautiful gallery rather than on a booth. Designers Include... Lex Pott & David Derksen The Transience Mirror, designed by David Derksen in collaboration with Lex Pott, reveals the beauty of the natural oxidizing process of mirrors. David Derksen Also from David Derksen, there's a chance to see material of the moment Copper Lights, created by folding a thin copper sheet into multi-faceted forms. Freshwest Freshwest are an award winning UK design duo, celebrated for their experimental & playful touch. Described by Marina Cristina Didero as "one of the most daring and visionary design studios you can find on the international design scene", see their newest work at the Super Design Gallery. Laura Kishimoto The Yumi chair is the result of Kishimoto's ongoing exploration of creating form through a combination of the designer's conscious aesthetic decisions and the will of the material. Jake Phipps Cult British designer Jake Phipps' Stellar Console & Mirror design takes inspiration from the natural qualities of amethyst geodes, running a rich seam of 900 individually angled mirror sections through the console, creating an optical dispersion that throws light in different directions. Sekita Design Studio Mist is an installation constructed of woven paper and thin, translucent fabric and is a graceful interpretation of slotted-together forms, designed by Japanese designer Koji Sekita. Few places remaining! Why participate? • 20,000+ Design trade & press visitors • Forge new contacts with international galleries and sell direct to collectors • Unrivalled media coverage • Exhibit alongside brands such as Edra, Ligne Roset & Munna etc Cost: £1,250 per designer Each designer will be allocated approximately 15sqm to give the pieces plenty of space to breathe. To get in touch Email: rebecca@superbrandslondon.co.uk Tel: +44 (0)20 7739 5561

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