Confirmed Features & Exhibitors for 2019

  • Gerard McGuickin

If you’ve been keeping an eye on our newsletters you’ll know 2019 is set to be the biggest yet, with more feature exhibitions and country pavilions than ever before. Launching at the Fair this year we have; The Bathroom Gallery in partnership with ELLE Decoration; dedicated lighting exhibition [d]arc room; our yet to be revealed Material of the Year and a few other surprises in the pipeline - not to mention a wealth of brands and independent designers.

Releasing a range of collaborative capsule collections and in-house designs each year, the well established FLOOR_STORY now boasts a portfolio of eye-catching rugs developed with some of the industry’s most reputable names. Hand knotted and tufted from the finest wools and silk, each piece is made to order and ethically manufactured. Alongside Marmalade (pictured), an in-house design launching at this year’s Fair, FLOOR_STORY has collaborated with Camille Walala, Kitty Joseph and John Booth.
Hattern join the Fair from Korea this year with their selection of accessories. Specialising in colour ombré and reflection the brand have recently collaborated with Monopoly M and Creme to present the Mergevase boasting pale colours and smoked glass the piece takes inspiration from the shape of a Venn diagram. Hattern's products can be found on our 2nd floor against the industrial backdrop of hall 10.
Polish-based, up-and-coming brand join the Fair for the first time this September to showcase their 30 piece collection of furniture all made to order. Using high-quality fabrics and materials the brand ensures each pieces' longevity, alongside their pared back design which can be worked into myriad spaces both large and small.

Country Announcements

New and returning showcases for 2019
Hungary joins the Fair for the first time this year, in a showcase of design from the region, initiated by theHungarian Fashion & Design Agency (HFDA). Founded in 2018, the agency has provided a much needed platform for the nations breadth of talent across design and art. Fostering and promoting young talent Budapest Select, the title of this year's exhibition, will showcase 13 designers from across the disciplines. Pictured here metal textiles by young designer Moni Kovacs.
Swedish Design Pavilion
Holders of the London Design Fair Best Stand 2019 award, the Swedish Design Pavilion returns with another collective of talent. Sponsored by Swedish Wood and organised by Form/Design Center a creative hub located in Malmö, the pavilion will host another 13 designers from across the crafts, all housed in another stunning pavilion.