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Now in its seventh year, designjunction has cemented its reputation as the place #wheredesignmeets. We’re proud to be part of #London's thriving creative community, acting as a platform which connects the industry during the London Design Festival.

In the run up to our most exciting edition of the show to date, each month we will be exploring #wheredesignmeets with different design topics and inviting you to join our digital conversation. Our launch topic celebrates London as the world's design capital - a city that is home to some of the most inspiring exhibitions, installations, brands and architecture.

Whilst we will share our exhibitors’ news, projects, collaborations and launches in London, we want to see how you experience design in the capital. Share your pictures, quotes or comments and tag them #wheredesignmeets and #London - the best posts will win prizes! Click here for more information.

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Deadgood have created a stunning 'live' showroom by creating a series of workspaces in the heart of London in partnership with Breather. Read more

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Visit Morgan's showroom to see 'Surface', a geometric installation made from timber and off-cuts by London-based artist Mark McClure. Read more

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In March 2017, leading surface brand Corian transformed seven floors of London's restored St James Market with this elegant, ribbon-like staircase.

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Spot Wallace Sewell's new collection at the Megaro Hotel in King's Cross. All Wallace Sewell's bold, woven pieces will be available to buy at designjunction.

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designjunction London will see the international launch of Another Country's Hardy series, an extended collection of the David Irwin designed chair.

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Clerkenwell-based design studio/shop Marby & Elm have created a collection of London-inspired scented coloured inks. Buy your set at the show this September.

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