Above: Soren Rose Studio
Above: Charlene Mullen
A seminar series led by former Dwell editor Sam Grawe will include designers, producers, manufacturers and journalists.
Above: Matthew Hilton
Tramshed is part of the Shoreditch Design Triangle and will be located a few doors down from Dezeen Space.
The information below is from Tramshed:
Tramshed 2011 - A celebration of authenticity and home to over 40 product launches and innovations. A complete lifestyle destination at London Design Festival.
Above: Benjamin Hubert
The Tramshed event returns to the London Design Festival for its second year, bringing together a diverse range of exhibitors known for their vibrancy and capacity to innovate.
A complete lifestyle event, Tramshed 2011 offers everything from furniture and lighting to cookware, cosmetics, textiles, ceramics, music, and fantastic food housed in an artful pop-up cafe concept.
Above: Miranda Watkins
A provocative and entertaining seminar series covers a broad scope of issues facing the contemporary design field, and includes a large-scale collaborative drawing game based on the surrealist ‘exquisite corpse’ utilising Moleskine’s Japanese albums and pens. A departure from traditional trade exhibitions, the event aims to inform and entertain both professionals and the public alike.
Tramshed 2011 will include work, with many new launches, from 31 thoughtful enterprises including Massproductions, Søren Rose Studio, Bocci, Falcon Enamelware, VONSUNG, Aesop, Mitab, Autoban, Studioilse, Matthew Hilton, Orsjo, De Vorm, and Benjamin Hubert.
Here are some highlights:
- Swedish furniture manufacturer, Mitab will present the Montmartre collection by Jonas Wagell for the first time in the UK.
- Aesop will sell their superlative products for skin, hair and body throughout the event, including the latest addition to their skin care range: Parsley Seed Facial Cleanser.
- Falcon Enamelware, an icon of British home life since the 1920s, will present a pop-up shop selling classic blue-rimmed Pie and Bake Sets and the new, never-before-seen coloured tumblers.
- Tuke & Tuke will exhibit their new supersoft lambswool blankets.
- The Tramshed 2011 hospitality area will feature a pop-up cafe concept by VONSUNG, a glasshouse that nurtures the food within whilst emanating soft architectural light through its walls. Authentic Vietnamese food from the family-run, Viet Hoa will be enjoyed in the dining area featuring work from Fritz Hansen, Ligne Roset, and Konstantic Gricic for FLOS.
- Søren Rose Studio will launch collaboration with De La Espada through the Park Avenue Collection. Nine products will make their debut including a dining table and chair, bar table and stool, chandelier, sofa and lounge chair, coffee table, floor lamp and wood sculpture.
- British textile designer, Charlene Mullen will launch new cushions from the Plectrum range (pictured) alongside new colourways of existing designs.
- Following on the success of Martini (pictured), British designer, Miranda Watkins introduces a stunning new collection of gleaming barware created in polished pewter.
- Benjamin Hubert will launch five products in collaboration with De La Espada including Quarry pendant light, pictured.
- Matthew Hilton will launch two new products including HAL (pictured), a glass top coffee table with an interlocking Corian base.
- Bocci will present 28 series by Omer Arbel, individual pendants made using a complex glass blowing technique. Every 28 made is formally different from any other in existence, and they are designed to cluster in hexangonal shapes.
- Award-winning, Istanbul-based design studio, Autoban will launch six new products manufactured by De La Espada including Pill lamp (pictured).
32 Rivington Street
London EC2A 3LX
Open 22-25 September
Thursday through Saturday 10am to 6pm, Sunday 10am to 4pm
Launch Party Friday 6:30pm to 9pm