100% Design launches Design London

February 6, 2020

(UK) – 100% Design launches Design London during London Design Festival at a brand new venue: Magazine London.    

Situated in Greenwich Design District, the show will offer visitors’ unrivalled transport links during London Design Festival with direct access via cable car, boat, plane, bus, car and tube. The renowned area is set to redefine itself as a new type of London with a community of over 1800 creatives.

Design London – the future of 100% Design – is a celebration and a direct reflection of the capital’s profound influence over A&D specification globally and presents a new proposition for the industry. The event will feature unrivalled content and a selection of the most sought-after design brands alongside emerging talent, creating an essential platform for those looking to source new products and meet brands during London Design Festival.        

Jedd Barry, Marketing Manager, Design London said: “This launch is a showcase of the creativity, diversity and innovation that the design industry has to offer and will celebrate the UK as one of the most important places for specification internationally.”

Magazine London provides a striking blank canvas for showcasing the very best in contemporary design, while clean and functional spaces provide a means for large-scale creative expression.

Greenwich Peninsula is the subject of a monumental emerging community led by the developer Knight Dragon and is fast becoming one of London’s most fascinating neighbourhoods.

This September, to coincide with the launch of Design London, Greenwich Peninsula will welcome London’s first purpose-built Design District which will bring 1,800 creatives together.

“It is an incredibly exciting time for design in the capital and Greenwich Peninsula is the perfect place to launch an event of this kind,” says Lee Newton, CEO of Media 10, “The area will become a thriving community that fosters creativity and will create an unmissable new destination for London Design Festival.”