Twitter | Search | |
Design London - the future of 100% Design
The capital's newest platform for global A+D specification. An unmissable showcase of the worlds most sought after design brands and emerging talent.
16,317
Tweets
1,029
Following
110,405
Followers
Tweets
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 13
The Arper Design Lounge included a showcase of iconic designs within an engaging setting, perfect for visitors to unwind, meet and network
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 13
This tranquil teahouse in Xiamen, China is built around an old tree. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 13
Wiki World aims to connect people back to nature through architecture. The architects invited 12 families to co-build two shelters through group learning. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 12
Matchi Matchi's lampshades allow you to create your own unique combination with a variety of vibrant colours and fabrics as seen at
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 12
Kaniue Architects have wrapped a steel ramp around 15m high house in Japan. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 12
The facade of this building in China features rippled louvers inspired by the clouds of Nanshan. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 11
In a collaboration with during , Material Studio featured a showcase of 29 innovative materials including Red Mud which explored methods of transforming industrial wastes into alternative materials such as ceramics and concrete.
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 11
The 'aura' cleaning tower aims to tackle air pollution in India. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 11
This apartment by DROO is framed by strong faceted gold fins. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 10
Congratulations to exhibitor on winning a for the McChesney Bench designed by architect . Judges praised it for its sculptural qualities and the sophistication in its simplicity.
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 10
The 1/3 house by Rever & Drage architects was designed to be expanded over time. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 10
This bridge in Shanghai has been made using two emerging robotic fabrication techniques. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design retweeted
Clerkenwell Design Week Dec 9
Aimed at encouraging creativity to reduce the impact of furniture on the world, we've teamed up with FIRA to give one budding designer the chance to win £5,000 & a trip to one of 's production sites. Find out more at
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 9
Cipher-Book’s signature slab tables are made out of either sustainably sourced Black Walnut or Oak. Each undergoes an elaborate process, encompassing traditional air-drying and wood working techniques
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 9
The Delta’s pyramidal shape enhances earthquake resilience whilst the base is elevated off the ground to withstand high waters. In extreme weather conditions, the shelter transforms into a ‘super resilient’ compact pyramid. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 9
Take a look at this resting space for climbers exploring the Verdon gorge, a river canyon in Southeastern France. The structure is entirely metallic for a light and reversible integration. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design retweeted
Clerkenwell Design Week Dec 6
.'s pastel tube carriage at had us wishing everyday was !
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 6
Porter Bathroom brought their quiet luxury to
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 6
Milan based studio Peter Pichler have designed a set of luxury tree suites that are elevated within an Austrian Forest. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like
Design London - the future of 100% Design Dec 6
'House in Monsaraz’ is topped with a green roof that appears as an extension of the surrounding landscape. Read more via
Reply Retweet Like