For a third consecutive year, designjunction presents lightjunction, the capital’s leading destination for high-end, contemporary lighting. lightjunction will take place on the ground floor of The College, former home to the prestigious Central Saint Martins. The show will transform the old Dean’s office and staff quarters by presenting a curated selection of international lighting brands alongside pioneering, design-led lighting installations.
To see spectacular displays from some of the best lighting brands. Brokis, Wrong for HAY, Atelier Areti, Haberdashery, Lindholdt and Northern Lighting are 6 of the brands that will be present at the show. Let’s know more about them?
Artisan glass-blowers Brokis return to designjunction to launch a host of new products. Based in the Czech Republic, Brokis produces exclusive glass lighting born of the skill of outstanding artisans continuing the age-old Bohemian glassblowing tradition. Meet Ballons and Capsula.
Wrong for HAY
This London-based company will present an installation featuring the WH lighting collection in the atrium of The College. The space will be transformed into a shop and café, serving delicious coffee from La Marzocco. The design company Wrong for HAY makes furniture, lighting and accessories for the modern world, under the creative direction of Sebastian Wrong, and in collaboration with Danish brand HAY. Mett Sinker and Cloche.
The UK based-brand (which is headed up by sister team Gwendolyn and Guillane Kerschbaumer) is set to present their latest collections at designjunction. Now contemplate the beauty of two of our favourite lamps designed by Atelier Areti.
London-based Haberdashery will present interactive light installation DiscoDisco which responds to sounds and music (OMG, you need to see it, here). For now, see two of our favourites bellow:
Also joining the line-up is Lindholdt, who will exhibit the Petit Machine lamp which was launched at designjunction edit New York in May. Bellow you can see it in both version, table and ceiling.
The brand will be exhibiting their latest designs made from their base in Oslo. Northern Lighting’s products are created in collaboration with designers, tastemakers and innovators around the world. pay attention to Birdy and Dokka, by Birger Dahl.
Those contemporary lamps we chose for you will turn your interior designs into the most amazing spaces. Visit lightjunctionand see it with your own eyes.