darc headlines lightjunction

August 8, 2016

(UK) – darc headlines lightjunction – a dedicated area to decorative lighting at this year’s designjunction during London Design Festival 2016.

darc readers get FREE advanced tickets to designjunction here: http://tinyurl.com/hjm38mo. £15 on the door.

designjunction #djKX, as part of the annual London Design Festival, returns this September (22 – 25) with a line-up of international brands and 100s of new product launches. Relocating to an exciting new long-term home in King’s Cross, designjunction – now in its sixth year – will take over four main sites delivering a curated programme of design exhibitions, installations, retail experience, events and workshops based upon the leading theme, #ImmersedinDesign. The four key sites include: Cubitt House (trade), The Canopy (retail), Granary Square (immersive experiences) and The Crossing (installations). Discover the four areas of #djKX here: http://thedesignjunction.co.uk/london/­

This year esteemed lighting names in the industry will take over the lightjunction – which again returns to designjunction – in the trade destination, Cubitt House. darc are proud headline sponsors of lightjunction, and are looking forward to the latest collections from brands including Northern Lighting, ANGO, RUBN, LUUM and Brokis to name a few.

Some highlights include Vita Copenhagen, who will showcase new lighting collections, as well as presenting a mobile showroom, the VITA Van, on Granary Square. The van will offer visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of Danish design, and discover some of the brands iconic styles such as the EOS.

Nocturne Workshop, which specialises in handcrafted lighting, made by founder Simon Day in the London workshop, will be presenting new designs including the Gil lamp, whilst British lighting manufacturer Copper & Silk will be focusing its Kew chandelier and Kew wall light, both inspired by the botanical gardens.

Cutting-edge lighting can also be found at The Crossing – which runs through Central Saint Martins – a space which will house specially commissioned projects, including a one-off immersive installation from new lighting brand, Tala to mark the launch of its new range of sculptural bulbs. The installation is inspired by a rainforest canopy and is set to be a must-see at the show.

Register now at http://tinyurl.com/hjm38mo for #djKX – the London Design Festivals most exciting destination for design and culture.