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Brands to watch at #djKX

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Take a look at what some of the brands at Cubitt House have in store. From brand new collaborations to the latest innovative materials #djKX promises to be the latest showcase of cutting-edge design.

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Ethnicraft, who produce timeless designs, showcase a brand new collection of contemporary, solid-wood furniture made using innovative techniques. 

*New to the show, DCW éditions will present a multitude of products including their re-edit of Bertrand Balas’s hanging lamp ‘Here Comes the Sun’ from 1970.

*Cavalcanti presents new collection ‘Optical Illusion'.The design combines dynamic patterns with hints of colour to produce playful, optical pieces.

*London-based materials library SCIN Gallery present a range of extraordinary materials such bioplastics, memory wire, glass ceramics and 3D printed wood.

*Contemporary lighting specialists Northern Lighting will launch a range of new products, including the pictured DAHL pendant lamp, commemorating the centenary of designer Birger Dahl's birth.

*British designer Christopher Jenner presents his collaboration with heritage silverware brand Elkington & Co. Look out for a contemporary collection of functional silver and brass ware.

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