This time last year, designjunction established itself firmly as the design show of London Design Festival, with a hearty mix of contemporary manufacturers and emerging design talent showing their wares under some expert curation.
Returning to the industrial surroundings of the old postal sorting house in central London, the show opened its doors to an expectant public as the sun set on the fifth day of LDF.
Created especially for the event, Innermost's enormous inflatable lampshade in bright gold caught our eye immediately.
London-based New Zealanders Little Shed Collective showed off some nifty laser-etched veneer light panels.
Intricate origami skills on display from Scottish designer Kyla McCallum of Foldability.
VW+BS revealed their first run of their Silt collection, a tea service made from rare Chinese 'purple clay.'
Warm metals were back again in force, Bravo!'s new copper additions being a prime example.
Beautifully delicate porcelain by Great Things to People made possible through 3D printed moulds.
More from designjunction to come in our LDF photo-gallery round up next week...