New Designers 2013
part two

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New Designers 2013 part two

Dezeen promotion: the second part of London graduate exhibition New Designers will showcase industrial, graphic and spatial design projects from today until 6 July.

New Designers 2013 part two
Nomadic Light by Katharina Eienkoeck. Top: Spun stools by Hugh Leader-Williams

Taking place at London's Business Design Centre, part two of the annual graduate show focuses on furniture, product design and visual communications.

New Designers 2013 part two
Product group by Tom Parfitt

For the first time it also includes film, animation and costume design in a new feature titled Prime Cuts.

New Designers 2013 part two
Six Leaf 2 Red by Nicolette de Waart

In addition, designers and makers who have established their business in the past year present their work in the One Year On section.

New Designers 2013 part two
Icon Lamps by Katharina Eiesnkoeck

The exhibition is open from 10am each day and closes at 6pm today, Friday 5 and Saturday 6 June, with a late night opening until 8pm tomorrow.

New Designers 2013 part two
Steambent chair by Henry Williams

Tickets are available from the New Designers website, along with further details about the event.

Read on for more information from the organisers:

Now celebrating its 28th edition, New Designers 2013 brings over 3,000 of the UK’s most talented and innovative design graduates, all under one roof.

New Designers 2013 part two
Sian Elin cushions by Sian Elin

Part 2, running from 3 to 6 July, focuses on: furniture; product design; visual communications, including graphic design and illustration; spatial design; and for the first time, Prime Cuts, a new feature to the event that brings together specialist motion arts disciplines, including film, animation and costume design.

An extensive programme of talks and events has something for everyone, with talks from the Design Council, Seymour Powell and the V&A, as well as a tour by The Design Museum.

New Designers 2013 part two
Cog Nest of Tables by Rachel Rowland

The Thursday late session on 4 July will see doors open until 8pm, and the Design Council announce the graduates chosen for its inaugural ‘Future Pioneers discovered at New Designers’ initiative.

For tickets and further information visit