Interiors | Pick Of London Design Week

Ayme Fitzgerald – Floral Floral Yellow

Giles Miller- Hirsutio Vases

Chae Young Kim – Urban Camouflage Knitted Room

The amount of talent at this year’s London Design Week was simply outrageous, making it extremely difficult to pick only a few favourites. From taxidermy light installations to seemingly degrading furniture, musical ceramics and touch ably textured wall panels, the big three – 100% Design, Origin and Tent did not disappoint.

Print, Tuft & Fold – Rhythmical Runner (Claire Alderdice – Tuft),   Rosanna Martin – Ceramics

Up-cycling, retro furniture and patterns were an overwhelming theme at the exhibitions, channelling a mid-century design vibe. Most notably was recent graduate  Zoe Murphy’s unmissable stand at Tent which paid homage to rejuvenating forgotten furniture and textiles using hand printing techniques. Inspired by her seaside home town of Margate, Zoe’s prints are colourfully charming, reflecting the regeneration from coastal to urban landscapes. Made using ethical and environmentally friendly recycling methods, Zoe’s pieces hit all the right notes and are currently on sale at Liberty of London.

Zoe Murphy – Margate Drawers

– Siobhán McGurrin