We are glad to announce that Fogia will exhibit at the designjunction in London. We will present our collection of 2015 but also launch a new product – Sling Mini Sofa by Note Design Studio. If you are attending – drop by our stand L2/5, and get to know the line of our products by Monica Förster, Stefan Borselius, Andreas Engesvik and Note Design Studio.
This fifth edition of the critically-acclaimed designjunction is set to raise the bar this year by taking over two new central London venues; The College, formerly home to Central Saint Martins and the striking event space Victoria House B1, both located on Southampton Row. Find visitors info here.
At The College, designjunction will showcase more than 100 leading international cutting-edge contemporary design brands including Fogia – and many product launches. Resonating with the building’s illustrious design history, designjunction will take over five impressive floors of the spectacular Lethaby building as well as other stunning spaces within the campus. There will also be seminars themed around the concept “Design for a reason.”
Location: Stand L2/5, The College, 12–42 Southampton Row, WC1B 4AP
Date: 24th – 27th September 2015
Open hours: Thursday 24 Sept 11 – 21(late night opening), Friday 25 Sept 11 – 18, Saturday 26 Sept 11 – 18, Sunday 27 Sept 11 – 17
Press preview: Wednesday 23rd Sept 16 – 18 RSVP here
Registration designjunction London 2015 here
Designjunction has firmly established itself as the leading destination for contemporary interior design, held annually during the London Design Festival, Salone del Mobile, Milan and NYCxDesign, New York. Known for its uncompromising selection of leading global brands, designjunction is at the forefront of delivering cutting-edge design within challenging and expertly curated spaces. An expanding show now located in three international territories, designjunction continues to be a show for the industry, by the industry.
In September 2014, designjunction featured more than 180 world-class international brands set against the industrial backdrop of a 1960s Sorting Office in the heart of central London. The five day exhibition attracted more than 25,000 visitors through the door.
See you in London!