Sunday, 9 October 2011

London Design Festival @ The Dock

The newly completed Portobello Dock development plays host to an emporium of creative talent curated by Tom Dixon

Celebrating The London Design Festival

was at The Dock during the London Design Festival

cool multi-use bag from Print Club London

Hugh Barrell technician at Print Club London

Hugh Barrell demonstrates how to 'squeege' his art pieces

Hugh in action

voilà the final product

quick video of Hugh Barrell on how we can achieve these cool art pieces 

more of their art

view from outside to the Dock

Tom Dixon opens the doors to its first shop, in a converted Wharf Building at Portobello Dock

The former Victorian goods depot is now home to the full Tom Dixon range of lighting and furniture as well 

as a selection of work from other international designers and brands

Foldboat  Dock Edition 2011

Foldboat is a rowing boat made from a single sheet of folded plastic developed by Max Frommeld and Arno Mathies

brilliant design

sunny afternoon with a foldboat = happiness 

Innocent is located right there... 

and were offering a nice refreshing sample of their smoothies
Thank you Innocent

cute Innocent car

Aston Martin was there as well with some of their amazing cars

on the top of the Dock Bolon was presenting...

Artisan: Textile feeling, exceptional service life

the view ...

the cafe at the Dock

chilling under the sunny sky

inside the cafe

passage leading to the other side...

walking to the Moooi and Lladró

towards the White Building

The Icon Design Trail 2011

Timothy Hatton Architects unveil a free-standing pavilion at Multiplex at The Dock for London Design Festival

Built in collaboration with Concrete Canvas, an award winning textile material which hardens once saturated with water

Inside, the architects exhibit their ideas for using this material in disaster relief zones

Meet Stefan Gehren Associate at Timothy Hatton
he was the one that gave a tour of the above

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