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100% Design at Olympia, London

Its that time of the year again when 100% Design opens its doors. Showcasing new and upcoming artists from around the world. This is the 24th year they have been running and its the UK’s longest annual design event. Held at the grand hall of Olympia in Kensington, London its easy to get to. The show attracts more than 27,000 visitors including architects, designers and interiors specialists.
100% Design Late Party
This year 100% Design will present two new features, 100% Futures and 100% Forward, which focuses on emerging designers across innovation and furniture design respectively. 100% Design’s core exhibition covers Interiors, Kitchens, Bathrooms and Bedrooms, emerging brands
and new for this year, 100% Build London, a dedicated show for the construction and architectural industries.
Futures
100 Design is open until Saturday 22nd of September 2018, some of the new artists on display that come from all parts of the world are listed below. Be sure to check them out  by visiting the show, more information / tickets can be obtained on the link at the bottom of the page. I will be updating this blog with my favourite 10 designers from the show in the next week.

Getting there

Easiest way to get there is using the trains and underground, with the District Line, London Overground & trains from Clapham & Watford all stopping there regularly. Once you arrive it is a 2 min walk to the entrance.

Photographs

Lots more photographs from various exhibitors can be found on my Flickr link below.

Creative Cables

Fox & Fettle
Designers : Joanna Hejmej & Jan Lennon
Think Up Studio
Classic Car Art
Millettia Design

TiiPii
Handmade Rug Company
Essential Home
Loco Design
Echo
Joined & Jointed

Links

100% Design – httpss://www.100percentdesign.co.uk
Flickr – httpss://www.flickr.com/photos/alalchan/albums/72157673674191328
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/alalchan

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