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Part of the London Design Festival, this years 100% Design and TENT London shows promise the best in cutting edge creations from the best international designers.


100% Design offers the best in design led products for residential, commercial and retail spaces. This year, the show will feature ‘The Directors Cut’, a unique opportunity for British designers to take centre stage, as an exclusive range of the nations new creations will be showcased.


Bob Crooks : First Glass – Stand B61 In their 12th year exhibiting at 100% Design, this well known British glassmaking company will be launching new designs in lighting, mirrors, wall sculpture and one offs, with ranges available in any one of seventeen different colours. Being a hand-blown glass studio with a small knowledgeable team allows them to run a smooth bespoke service seeing small and large-scale projects from design to installation. www.bobcrooks.com


Davey Lighting – Stand D18 With roots dating back to the shipyards of nineteenth century London, Davey Lighting combines industrial design, traditional craftsmanship and the finest raw materials. Authentic and unique lights are manufactured in England with the same attention to detail required for their original industrial purpose. Previously available to trade customers only, new ownership means Davey’s interior and exterior pendants, wall and step lights - many of which date back over 100 years – are accessible to the public for the first time. www.davey-lighting.co.uk


Atelier Areti – Stand E70 At this years 100% Design, Atelier Areti will be displaying a number of different products. The Kirchshlag collection combines decorative presence with functionality. The high–performance light source and diffuser bring out the pendant’s delicate engravings, and the shine of the hand blown crystal glass. The Alouette collection encompasses two ceiling lamps, two standing lamps and a desk lamp, made to look like ‘Birds that light up the room’. The birds have illuminated cone shaped tails. www.atelierareti.com


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