The London Design Festival is right around the corner, so we gathered 5 emerging talents who have landed on our radar.
London Design Festival celebrates and promotes London as the design capital of the world. The Festival returns to venues and institutions across the city from 15-23 September 2018. London Design Festival is a great opportunity to engage and find a bunch of brand new British designers. Aside from the well-established design brands and globally-renowned names, loads of fresh talents invade London to launch their freshest collections, which regularly includes a range of models waiting to catch the eye of some large manufacturing company.
Here we take a glance at the next generation of talent, especially 5 skilled designers who will surely make a name for themselves in the times to come.
Heavily rooted in a preoccupation with materials, her work explores the join between the recovery of traditional crafts and the creation of her own new methods of making. Her work explores the relationship between traditional artisanal know-how and her new ways of making.
The London-based artist and designer situate his work at the intersection of value, ephemerality, and aesthetics. Marcin Rusak’s work oscillates from studying history to exploring contemporary patterns of consumption and industrial methods of manipulation.
Giles Miller Studio
Giles Miller has built an international customer base thanks to his visionary use of surface materials, from British Airways, Publicis, Selfridges, Ritz-Carlton Hotels to Hermes, Piper-Heidsieck Champagne and the London Design Museum.
Sebastian Cox founded his design studio on the principle that the past can be used to design and make the future. He was obsessed by the way generations of craftsmen had used a limited palette of biodegradable and renewable materials in a creative way.
Creating works that straddle the spheres of art, design, and cinema, Studio Swine explores themes of regional identity and the future of resources in the age of globalization. Their work combines deep contextual research and experimental use of materials.